Dear Valued Customer,

 

We would like to provide you with an update on vessel operations in and around U.S. West Coast ports. To review all previous updates regarding this matter please click here.

 

VESSEL OPERATIONS

Vessel Operations – Update on March 13th, 2015, at 16:00 EST

 

Service Vessel Name Status
TP2 Gerner Maersk Currently alongside at Pier T in Long Beach; estimated departure to Oakland on March 16
TP2 Botswana Tentatively scheduled to arrive from Shanghai to TTI in Long Beach on March 16; estimated departure to Busan on March 22
TP2 Washington Tentatively scheduled to arrive from Shanghai to TTI in Long Beach on March 28; estimated departure to Busan on April 3
TP2 Gunhilde Maersk Tentatively scheduled to arrive from Shanghai to TTI in Long Beach on April 3; estimated departure to Busan on April 9
TP2 Georg Maersk Tentatively scheduled to arrive from Shanghai to TTI in Long Beach on April 9; estimated departure to Busan on April 15
TP2 Gustav Maersk Tentatively scheduled to arrive from Shanghai to TTI in Long Beach on April 15; estimated departure to Busan on April 21
TP2 Gerner Maersk Tentatively scheduled to arrive from Long Beach to Ports of America in Oakland on March 20; Estimated departure to Busan on March 22
TP5 APL Philippines Tentatively scheduled to arrive from Yokohama to Eagle Marine in Los Angeles on March 11; estimated departure to Oakland on March 14
TP5 APL China Tentatively scheduled to arrive from Yokohama to Eagle Marine in Los Angeles on March 20; estimated departure to Oakland on March 21
TP5 APL Singapore Tentatively scheduled to arrive from Yokohama to Eagle Marine in Los Angeles on March 26; estimated departure to Oakland on March 28
TP5 APL Thailand Tentatively scheduled to arrive from Yokohama to Eagle Marine in Los Angeles on April 9; estimated departure to Oakland on April 11
TP5 APL Philippines Tentatively scheduled to arrive from Los Angeles to Middle Harbor in Oakland on March 15; Estimated departure to Yokohama March 16
TP5 APL China Tentatively scheduled to arrive from Los Angeles to Middle Harbor in Oakland on March 22; Estimated departure to Yokohama March 23
TP5 APL Singapore Tentatively scheduled to arrive from Los Angeles to Middle Harbor in Oakland on March 29; Estimated departure to Yokohama March 30
TP5 APL Thailand Tentatively scheduled to arrive from Los Angeles to Middle Harbor in Oakland on April 12; Estimated departure to Yokohama April 13
TP6 MSC Luciana Currently alongside at Pier 400 in Los Angeles and working; Estimated departure to Ningbo on March 13
TP6 MSC Lauren Tentatively scheduled to arrive from Busan to Pier 400 in Los Angeles on March 14; estimated departure to Ningbo March 21
TP6 MSC Beryl Tentatively scheduled to arrive from Busan to Pier 400 in Los Angeles on March 21; estimated departure to Ningbo March 26
TP8 MSC Roma Tentatively scheduled to arrive from Busan to Pier A in Long Beach on March 14; estimated departure to Shanghai on March 18
TP8 Maersk Sydney Tentatively scheduled to arrive from Busan to Pier 400 in Los Angeles on March 15; estimated departure to Shanghai on March 19
 
TP8 MSC Pina Tentatively scheduled to arrive from Busan to TTI in Long Beach on March 22; estimated departure to Shanghai on March 28
TP9 Maersk Cameroun Currently alongside at TTI in Seattle; estimated departure to Yokohama March 15
TP9 Maersk Georgia Tentatively scheduled to arrive from Vancouver to Seattle SSA on March 13; Estimated departure to Yokohama March 14
TP9 Santa Regina Tentatively scheduled to arrive from Vancouver to Seattle TTI on March 19; Estimated departure to Yokohama March 21

 

Further, as communicated in our previous update, we would like to remind you of the following extended gate hours that Pier 400 is providing in an effort to promote terminal fluidity.

 

Friday, March 13th: Open 2nd shift for Full Service Gate

Saturday, March 14th: Open 1st shift for Full Service Gate

Friday, March 20th: Open 2nd Shift for “Import Wheeled” Pick Up Only & Horizon Line Transactions

Saturday, March 21st: Open 1st shift for Full Service Gate

 

Should you have any questions, please contact your local customer service representative.

 

Best Regards,

Maersk Line

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