This catastrophic weather event constitutes an Act of God and/or force majeure situation, which by nature is beyond our control, and has forced Hapag-Lloyd and our partner lines to select alternative routing for cargo for the vessels affected.

As of today, September 12, 2017, at 9:30 AM EST, we can inform the following:

Office Status:

Kennesaw, GA & BSC, GA have a late opening for 11:00 AM this morning.

Miramar, FL - Building management is on sight today. Tentative opening Wednesday.

Weather Status:

AT 500 AM EDT…0900 UTC…. IRMA Has lost its tropical characteristics in the last several hours and is now classified as a post-tropical cyclone. Irma has been moving northwestward through the southeast U.S. and will continue this motion and approach the Tennessee Valley by Tuesday afternoon. Irma is expected to weaken throughout the day on Tuesday.

Terminal Status:

  • US SE Coast
  • Charleston - Open
  • Savannah - Scheduled to open 13:00, Wednesday the 13th
  • Jacksonville - Assessing terminal today. Anticipate working Wednesday
  • Port Everglades - Open today 13:00
  • Miami - Assessing terminal today. Anticipate working Wednesday

Rail Status:

Effective immediately all origin facility gates for shipments destined to Charleston are open. Origin facility gates remain closed to traffic destined to the following locations and will reopen once our routes are deemed safe for movement:

FEC destinations, Jacksonville (out-gates only opened at 7:00am), Savannah-Garden City

Impacted Vessel Status: