Daily Ocean News Bulletin – 1st February

Feb 1, 2021 | Bulletin

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Felixstowe Port

Road – No issues reported at present.

Port – No VBS’s bookings available between 06:00 – 08:00 & 18:00 – 20:00 so the port can undertake a deep clean.

Vessel – OOCL United Kingdom (Working), Leo C (Working), MSC Jade (Working), Hawk Hunter (Working), MSC Alexandra (Inbound), Selin D (Inbound), Monte Alegre (Inbound), MSC Bhavya (Inbound).

Weather – No issues reported at present.

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Southampton Port

Road – No issues reported at present.

Port – No VBS’s bookings available between 06:00 – 08:00 & 18:00 – 20:00 so the port can undertake a deep clean.

Vessel – CMA CGM Scandola (Working), OOCL Atalanta (Complete), Bombar-Milione (Cancelled), NYK Constellation (Inbound), CMA CGM Nerval (Inbound), APL Merlion (Inbound).

Weather – No issues reported at present.

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London Gateway Port

Road – No issues reported at present.

Port – No issues reported at present.

Vessel – MSC India (Working), Dal Kalahari (Working), APL Miami (Working), MSC Asya (Inbound), Conmar Gulf (Inbound).

Weather – No issues reported at present.

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