Daily Ocean News Bulletin 25th October

Oct 25, 2021 | Bulletin

Your daily update for Felixstowe, Southampton and London Gateway Ports, with the latest news on road and weather conditions, port turnaround times and vessel arrivals.

Felixstowe Port

Road – A14 eastbound between junctions J43 Bury St Edmunds Central and J44 Bury St Edmunds East. Congestion on the A141 eastbound between the junctions with the A14 and the A1. Congestion on the A14 eastbound between junctions J21 and J24B. A120 westbound is seeing congestion between the junctions with the A136 and the A133.  M11 northbound between junctions J10 and J11 is seeing congestion.

Port – No issues to report at present.  

Vessel – Songa Puma (Working), Maersk Emerald (Working), MP The Brady (Working), Ever Act (Working), MSC Benedetta (Inbound), Zim Europe (Inbound), Cosco Shipping Pisces (Inbound), Maersk Kotka (Inbound).

Weather – No issues to report at present for Today/Tonight.  

Southampton Port

Road – A3 northbound between the A333 and the junction with the A283 Milford north. Congestion on the A3 northbound between the junctions with the A333 and the A283 Milford north due to a road traffic collision.

Port – No issues to report at present. Operational information can be found here.

Vessel – Malik Al Ashtar (Working), APL Lion City (Working), Einstein (Inbound), Ren Jian 16 (Working), Rotterdam Star (Inbound), AL Zubara (Inbound), Xin Chang Shu (Inbound).

Weather – No issues to report at present for Today/Tonight.  

London Gateway Port

Road – Heavy traffic on the M25 due to an accident between J30 and J27, heavy traffic between J30 and J1A (Dartford Tunnel), further heavy traffic on the M25 Between J15 and J13.

Port – At present no update can be given on 32 Berth as drivers are yet to arrive and offer feedback on current working conditions. However as reported last week extensive delays were experienced whist trying to lift off containers. Further operational information can be found here.

Vessel – Ebba Maersk (Working), MSC Maureen (Working), Santa Viola (Working), MSC Carolina (Inbound), ONE Columba (Inbound), HSL Nike (Inbound), X-Press Netravati (Cancelled), MSC Sarah (Inbound), Prague Express (Inbound), Missouri Express (Inbound), Cape Tainaro (Cancelled), CMA CGM Fort de France (Inbound), Evelyn Maersk (Inbound), MSC Rachele (Inbound), CMA CGM Abu Dhabi (Inbound), Al Manamah (Inbound), Cap San Augustin (Inbound).

Weather – No issues to report at present for Today/Tonight.   

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