North America East Coast
- SAFMARINE MAFADI V 208 – delayed 9 days in Norfolk due to extreme berth congestion.
- MAERSK IOWA V 206 – delayed 17,5 days in arriving Norfolk due to late phase in to the service.
- TIRUA V 209 – delayed 4 days in Houston due to berth congestion. Vessel omits New Orleans, Arriving on time in Suape on March 25th.
- MSC CANDICE V 205 – delayed 13,5 days in arriving Miami due to late phase into the service.
- MSC TOMOKO V 207 – delayed 14 days in arriving Charleston due to late phase into the service.
- MONTE OLIVIA V 210 – delayed 3 days in arriving New York due to berth congestion. Arriving on time in New York on April 26th on her next voyage.
- MH HAMBURG V 209 – delayed 2 days in arriving Houston due to port congestion in Veracruz and Houston. Arriving on time in Santos on April 1st.
North America West Coast
- MAERSK ANTARES V 201 – delayed extra 35 days in Long Beach due to extreme berth congestion.
- MAERSK EDIRNE V 204 – delayed extra 15 days in arriving Los Angeles due to berth congestion.
- MAERSK SINGAPORE V 205 – delayed 27 days in arriving Vancouver due to extreme berth congestion.
- MAERSK NORTHAMPTON V 210 – delayed 1 day in arriving Port Hueneme due to port congestion in Lazaro Cardenas. Arriving on time in Manzanillo on March 14th
Due to increased volume, we are experiencing congestion issues at the following terminal locations Savannah, Houston, Seattle, and Los Angeles/Long Beach.
U.S. East Coast
- New York – Vessel waiting time is 0-2 days due to berth congestion and 1 crane’s being down at APM Terminal.
- Philadelphia – Vessel waiting time is 0-1 day due to certain level of import volume and labor shortage.
- Baltimore – Vessel waiting time is 0-1 days due to certain level of import volume, vessel bunching and construction.
- Norfolk – Vessel waiting time is 4-9 days due to high import volume.
- Charleston – Vessel waiting time is 10-16 days due to high import volume, low productivity, and labor shortage.
- Savannah – Vessel waiting time is 0-1 day due to certain level import volume, weather events and vessel bunching.
- Miami – Vessel waiting time is 2-4 days at POMTOC Terminal due to high import volume.
U.S. Gulf Coast
- Houston – Vessel waiting time is 2-14 days due to high import volume, labor shortage, vessel bunching and fog closure.
U.S. West Coast
- Long Beach – Vessel waiting time is 36 days due to high import dwell and labor shortage. TTI Terminal yard utilization is at 65% of capacity.
- Los Angeles – Vessel waiting time is 11-35 days due to yard congestion, high import dwell and labor shortage. APM Los Angeles yard utilization is at 72% of capacity.
- Oakland – Vessel waiting time is 10-12 days due to high import volume, labor shortage.
- Seattle – Vessel waiting time is 3 days due to high import volume, labor shortage.
- Prince Rupert – Vessel waiting time is 14 days. Yard utilization is at 110% of capacity.
- Vancouver – Vessel waiting time is 28 days. Yard utilization is at 108% of capacity.
Due to increased volume at terminals and inland rail facilities, there have been ongoing chassis shortages resulting in pick-up delays and deliveries. Most notably, we are encountering chassis availability issues in the Long Beach/Los Angeles, New York, and Philadelphia terminals, and the Cleveland, Columbus, Louisville, Nashville, Saint Louis, Atlanta, Chicago, and Memphis areas.
- Atlanta – limited 20’ and 40’ available
- Chicago – limited 40’ reefer available
- Cincinnati – limited 40’ available
- Columbus – limited 20’ and 40’ available
- Detroit – limited 20’ and 40’ available
- Kansas City – limited 20’ available
- Memphis – limited 20’ available
- Minneapolis – limited 20’ and 40’ available
- Nashville – limited 20’ and 40’ available
- Omaha – limited 40’ available
- South Florida - Limited equipment availability
- St Louis – limited 40’ available
- Seattle – limited 40’ reefer availability
- Vancouver – limited 20’ available
Inland Rail Transit Advisories
We are also experiencing congestion at all major rail facilities in Chicago, Columbus, and Los Angeles UP and BNSF rail ramps. We expect delays in picking-up and delivering containers at these locations.
U.S. East Coast
- Charleston Chassis Shortage - Due to a continued shortage of available chassis in the Charleston market, we are experiencing extended delays in pick-ups, deliveries, and drayage to/from the rail facilities.
- CSX Update: Export to JAX - Due to continued congestion in Jacksonville, we have observed persistent delays in train operations for cargo arriving in Jacksonville ICTF for load out of Trapac.
- Bridge Outage (Norfolk) - Between 03/04 at 1900 and 03/06 at 2300, there will be a planned bridge outage that will delay inbound and outbound trains between Norfolk Terminals (NIT and VIG) and NS network. Ingates at the following origin facilities will be restricted during the following windows:
- Appliance Park - 03/03 at 1731 - 03/07 at 0601, Chicago Landers: 03/03 at 1601 – 03/04 at 1701, Cleveland: 03/02 at 1801 – 03/05 at 0701, Columbus: 03/04 at 0101 – 03/05 at 0101, Greensboro: 03/02 at 1401 - 03/04 at 1401,
- Kansas City - 03/01 at 1301 – 03/03 at 1301, Sharonville: 03/03 at 1701 – 03/07 at 0601, St. Louis: 02/28 at 1701 – 3/2 at 1701
- South Carolina Ports Authority - Due to increased volume for Import and Export cargo into Charleston, SCSPA is reporting a delay in operations between the terminals and railroads. There is currently an embargo for all export units from Greer Ramp to USCHS/USNTS except for certain customers.
- CSX Update - Charleston and Savannah 03/07 Update - Effective Today, CSX RV’s to Charleston from all origins havebeen decrease by 25% due to serious congestion at the CHS Terminal in the past, Charleston and Savannah allocations have been interchangeable, going forward, customers will not be able to use RV's interchangeably between the two ports; allocations will be established for each destination.
- NS Update - As a result of increased congestion and volume into the Norfolk Southern facility in Charleston, NS has closed for ingate at inland facilities for routes destined to Charleston. Greer is now closed for exports except for specified customers. Detailed allocations per lane: Huntsville to Charleston (5), Austell to Charleston (25), Memphis to Charleston (40), All Other Destinations (except Greer and Meridian) to Charleston (0), Kansas City to all destinations (190).
U.S. Mid West
- Barbours Cut and Bayport - Houston Chassis Shortage - Chassis deficits continue to be reported on a weekly basis due to ongoing congestion in the area. TRAC chassis can be utilized as our approved secondary provider.
- Chicago Chassis Shortage - Due to a shortage of available chassis in Chicago, we continue to observe extended delays in pick-ups and deliveries.
- Chicago Rail Ramp Congestion – Bedford Park - CSX Railroad has advised that congestion remains an operational concern at the Bedford Park Facility in Chicago area and is requesting further assistance in arranging pick up of dwelling units. To manage the number of units on terminal, a reduced amount of rail reservations is available, per destination, for Export cargo.
U.S. West Coast
- Increased Dwell for Import Rail Cargo (SEA) - Due to severe terminal congestion, we continue to observe operational delays, resulting in extended dwell time.
- Increased Dwell for Import Rail Cargo (LAX/LGB) - Due to gate capacity restrictions, limited reservations (RVs), rail car shortages and daily ingate restrictions at our major rail facilities in LAX/LGB (BNSF & UP), import rail units (both on-dock and off-dock) are experiencing increased delays.
- Chassis Shortage Santa Teresa - Availability of DCLI equipment continues to be extremely limited. TRAC chassis should be utilized as an approved secondary provider; inventory has been observed to be very low, as well.
- Terminal Dwell Fee - SSA Terminals (Pier A (LGB), OICT (OAK), T-18 (SEA)) have implemented a temporary storage charge in addition to the normal port demurrage charges on all import loaded containers discharged at facilities on the West Coast. The failure of importers to pick up containers in a timely manner has created severe congestion issues that has prevented terminal operators from properly servicing vessels destined for their terminals. Extended Dwell Time Fee will apply on a temporary basis to all loaded import containers, in addition to existing demurrage and port tariff fees:
§ No charges for free time (up to seven (7)) days after a container is available for delivery)
§ $50 per day for the next five days of storage thereafter (days 1-5 after free time)
§ $75 per day for the next five days of storage thereafter (days 6-10 after free time)
§ $100 per day for the next five days of storage thereafter (days 11-15 after free time)
§ $150 per day for any days thereafter.
Export loaded containers will not be subject to the Extended Dwell Time Fee. The importer of record in the shipping documents will be responsible for paying or arranging payment of the Extended Dwell Time Fee. Once the fee has been paid, the container will show as available in Operator’s container tracking system. Appointments on import lanes may not be made until the fee has been paid and the container is showing as available on the Forecast website.
- Extended Dwell Fee (ITS Terminal, LGB) - Effective Monday, January 10, 2022, ITS will be implementing a Temporary
Storage Charge in addition to the normal port demurrage/storage charges on all loaded import containers due to severe congestion issues. The intent of this Temporary Storage Charge is to encourage cargo interests to pick up their containers timely, which will allow for a return to a more normalized vessel operation schedule. Once this has been accomplished, ITS intends to rescind the additional charge.
The following, cumulative, fees will apply to all loaded import containers at the rates, and for the temporary effective period: $48 per day commencing on the first day after expiration of free time, for up to five days (e.g., days 1-5 after free time); $72 per day thereafter, for up to five additional days (e.g., days 6-10 after free time); $96 per day thereafter, for up to five additional days (e.g., days 11-15 after free time), and $165 per day for any days thereafter (e.g., all days from day 16 and after).
- Extended Dwell Fee (TTI Terminal, LGB) - Effective Monday January 10, 2022, to reduce excessive terminal congestion, Total Terminals International LLC (TTI) will implement the following, cumulative, Extended On-Terminal Storage/Terminal Congestion Fee for all inbound loaded containers that remain in TTI’s Long Beach marine terminal more than eight calendar days following the date of discharge:
§ No Extended On-Terminal Storage/Terminal Congestion Fee for calendar storage days 1 through 8 the container is on terminal and available for delivery.
§ $100 per day for days 9 through 14; $150 per day for all days thereafter.
Source: Hamburg Sud