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As always port and terminal updates can be found: continue to keep our thoughts with all who have been impacted by Hurricane Harvey and Irma and we are here to help in any way we can.
Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or concerns regarding your shipments.
The Port of Houston, which oversees two thirds of U. Gulf container traffic, including 40-50 vessels going in and out every single day, is hoping to be up and running fully by September 4th.
One of the biggest concerns causing the delays is the tremendous amount of water which is being dumped into the channel.
Please contact us with any questions or concerns you may have regarding specific containers/shipments.
Task force officials, headed by the Coast Guard, are in the beginning stages of assessing the conditions of the ports to determine what needs to be done before vessels can begin returning to the ports.
Along with this, the Coast Guard has advised any vessels bound for any South Florida ports unable to depart in the next 24 hours prior to these winds making landfall that these vessels should seek alternate destinations, as vessels are already changing routes and schedules ahead of the storm.
This morning, port officials at Port of Miami advised that the port offices remain open while it continues to monitor the storm system.
As of Wednesday, the ports of Houston, Texas City, Galveston, Corpus Christi and Freeport were reopened for some vessel traffic including tugs and barges, but not without restrictions, and traffic is only allowed during daylight hours.
Deep-draft ships are still prohibited in all ports.