Daily Ocean News Bulletin – 14th January

Jan 14, 2020 | Bulletin

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Felixstowe Port

Road – No issues reported at present however the Orwell Bridge is due to close Late PM today with high winds expected until 0700hrs Wednesday morning.

Port – The port was closed from 1900hrs last night until 0100hrs this morning. There are also weather warnings in place from 1600hrs today until 0700hrs tomorrow morning which will have a serious effect on container haulage for tomorrow. If you would like to keep updated please contact 01394 601516.

Vessel – Cosco Shipping Azalea (due in 1300hrs), Maersk Utah (due in 1600hrs)

Weather – Severe weather warning in place from 1600hrs in Felixstowe.

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Southampton Port

Road – No issues reported at present.

Port – Weather warnings in place from 1000hrs up until 0100hrs tomorrow morning. Port operations expected to be suspended.

Vessel – CMA CGM Vascan de Gama (Working), MSC Valencia (working),  NYK Romulus (arrived 0543hrs), OOCL Montreal (working).

Weather – Strong winds due at 1000hrs today.

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London Gateway Port

Road – M25 minor delays during the rush hour period.

Port – Delays on the port up to 1 hour since 0400hrs due to congestion.

Vessel – MOL Guardian (Working), Rio Grande Express (Working), LICA Maersk (Working).

Weather – No issues reported at present however winds may effect Pentalver Gateway. 

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