Daily Ocean News Bulletin 26th November

Nov 26, 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 – Roads at present are clear, no delays reported. A14 westbound between junctions J44 Bury St Edmunds East and J38 Newmarket East, A14 westbound between J44 and J43, A14 westbound between J39 and J38, Roadworks. A14 eastbound exit slip at junction J42 Bury St Edmunds West, A14 J42 eastbound exit, Roadworks. A12 southbound between the A1124 and the junction with the A120 Colchester West, A12 southbound within the A1124 junction, A12 southbound within the A120 near Colchester (west) junction, Roadworks.

Port – Have had no reports of any issues albeit the port is running a little slower than normal. Slower turnaround times of 60 to 90 minutes. No VBS bookings available until 09:00 hours.

Vessel – Moscow Maersk (Working), OOCL Scandinavia (Working), MSC Irene (Working), EM Corfu (Working), MSC Soraya (Working), Jazan (Working), MSC Rosa M (Inbound), Lucie Schulte (Inbound), Elly Maersk (Inbound), YM Evolution (Inbound), Ever Goods (Inbound), Monte Pascoal (Inbound), Zim Europe (Inbound), Vuoksi Maersk (Inbound), Msc Sveva (Inbound).

Weather – No issues to report at present for today.  

Southampton Port

Road – M27 westbound entry slip at junction J7, Road traffic collision. M3 eastbound between junctions J14 and J13, M3 eastbound within J14, M3 eastbound between J14 and J13, Roadworks. M3 eastbound between junctions M27 and J13, Roadworks. M3 slip road to the M27 westbound, Roadworks. M3 westbound between junction J14 and the M27, M3 westbound between J13 and J14, link road from M3 J14 westbound to M27 J4 eastbound, Roadworks. M3 eastbound between the M27 westbound and junction J14, Roadworks. M27 eastbound entry slip at junction J8, M27 J8 eastbound access, Roadworks. M27 westbound entry slip at junction J9, M27 J9 westbound access, Roadworks.

Port – No issues to report this morning port is running well. Further operational information can be found here

Vessel – HMM Hanbada (Working), Torrente (Complete), Independent Primero (Working), Angela (Inbound), Bjorg (Inbound), Ever Lasting (Cancelled), NYK Romulus (Inbound), OOCL Seoul (Inbound), Tihama (Inbound), JSP Mistral (Inbound), APL Singapura (Inbound), Aurora (Inbound).  

Weather – No issues to report at present for today.  

London Gateway Port

Road – M25 clockwise entry slip at junction J1A, Broken down vehicle. M25 anticlockwise between junctions J25 and J24, Broken down vehicle. M25 anticlockwise between junctions J26 and J25, Congestion. M25 clockwise between junctions J15 and J16, Congestion. A1089 southbound between the junctions with the A126 Grays and the A126 Tilbury, Congestion. A13 eastbound between the A1012 and the junction with the A1089, A13 eastbound between A1012 and A1089, A13 eastbound within the A1089 junction, Roadworks. A1089 northbound between the junctions with the A126 Grays and the A13, A1089 northbound between A126 near Tilbury (north) and A13, Roadworks. M11 northbound between junctions J5 and J6, Barrier repairs. M1 northbound between junctions J1 and J5, Roadworks. M4 eastbound between junctions J4B from the M25 anti-clockwise and J3, link road from M25 J15 anti-clockwise to M4 J4B eastbound, M4 eastbound within J3, Roadworks.

Port – Tilbury 2 operating relatively well this morning with Improved turnaround times 60 to 90 minutes. 32 Berth has delays at present of 1.5 to 2 hours turnaround again this will cause Issues with all Inbound and outbound traffic. 26 Berth Is operating well for empty containers being restituted. Pentalver LGW no problems to report. Solent Stevedores London Gateway no problems to report. LGW Is operating well this morning. Further operational information can be found here.

Vessel – Santos Express (Complete), MSC Busan (Working), Chacabuco (Working), Monte Verde (Arrived), MSC New York (Inbound), Nordic Hamburg (Inbound), CMA CGM Sambhar (Inbound), IDA Rambow (Inbound), Mariner (Inbound), Cap San Nicholas (Inbound), Pluto (Inbound), CMA CGM Cayenne (Inbound), MSC Maureen (Inbound), Tokyo Bay (Inbound), Missouri Express (Cancelled), Wilhelm (Inbound), Artemis (Inbound), MSC Letizia (Inbound), MSC Athens (Inbound), Maersk Kiel (Inbound), MSC Carolina (Inbound).

Weather – No issues to report at present for today.   

PLEASE FOLLOW US

FOLLOW US

Unrivalled Ocean Freight

Unparalleled choice and flexibility are synonymous with the UK’s leading Ocean Freight provider.

UniOcean Lines

The technologically advanced carrier built for 21st century supply chains.

Unrivalled Ocean Freight

Unparalleled choice and flexibility are synonymous with the UK’s leading Ocean Freight provider.

UniOcean Lines

The technologically advanced carrier built for 21st century supply chains.

Unrivalled Ocean Freight

Unparalleled choice and flexibility are synonymous with the UK’s leading Ocean Freight provider.

UniOcean Lines

The technologically advanced carrier built for 21st century supply chains.

Keep in Touch

Please subscribe to receive a monthly newsletter of our latest news and articles.
More News…..
EU Imports: Make sure your business is ready for GVMS

EU Imports: Make sure your business is ready for GVMS

The Goods Vehicle Movement Service (GVMS) – a new UK Government Customs system – will come into force next year, affecting imports from the EU.
This will bring to an end the easements that were put in place during the Brexit transition period. Find out what’s changing from 1st January 2022.

Hong Kong Flights Cancelled as 130 Pilots are Quarantined

Hong Kong Flights Cancelled as 130 Pilots are Quarantined

Following previously-reported Covid disruption in Hong Kong, Uniserve has now been notified that 130 Cathay Pacific cargo pilots are to be quarantined for 21 days. Carrie Lam, the city’s Chief Executive, made the announcement this morning, after three pilots tested positive…

Please Share This Article

It only takes a couple of clicks and it would be greatly appreciated! Many Thanks