Port Update Post Irma
Hurricane Irma ranked as one of the most powerful Atlantic hurricanes on record, wreaking havoc across the US South Eastern States and The Caribbean.
While there may be some delays to logistics in the region, the major US ports and airports are all expected to be back in operation today with the following status being in place at each:
Miami – Gate operations expected to commence today.
Jacksonville – Gate operations expected to commence today.
Savannah – Vessel operations expected to commence today.
Charleston – Open
Norfolk – Open
Miami – Flight operations resumed on a limited basis yesterday, with many airlines not operating a full flight schedule.
Orlando – Flight operations resumed on a limited basis yesterday, with many airlines not operating a full flight schedule.
Atlanta – Flight operations resumed and were ramped up during yesterday.
Should customers require any further information about consignments en route, then please contact your local Uniserve representative.
If you would like to find out more about Uniserve’s award winning ocean and airfreight services then please call 01708 259400 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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