Below is the latest Maersk Line North America operational details pertaining to weather impact.

Vessel Operations

Please see below for confirmed operational statuses of impacted vessels. Please be advised that vessel delays may be a result of a combination of standard seasonal contingencies and are not solely a result of weather impact – these details are subject to change.

Terminal Operations


Fog closures have delayed all inbound vessels.


Fog closed terminal on Friday and Saturday. Current Earliest Receiving Data (ERD) windows are being reviewed until vessels are prioritized inbound. No receiving currently on Maersk Idaho (TA3/N Europe) or MSC Nuria (TP18/Lonestar Express). Expect contingency updates to relevant cargo as they are confirmed.

New Orleans

Expect fog Wednesday through Friday.


Expect fog Wednesday through Friday.

Long Beach & Los Angeles

Expect rain showers through Wednesday.

Prince Rupert

Experiencing 3-day berth delay due to rail car shortage and delayed vessel arrivals. Yard congestion remains as well.

Holiday Terminal Closures

Rail Operations


Weather conditions deteriorated this weekend with heavy snowfall (40 inches) near Prince George bringing several trees down on the network. The disruption has resulted in rail car shortages in Prince Rupert. Further, local road closures in the area have proven challenging for crews trying to reach trains on the network. CN has advised that there are 13 trains on the network between Winnipeg and Prince Rupert. Crews with snow removal equipment are moving to clear the tracks between Prince George and Prince Rupert with the first Westbound loaded train scheduled to arrive at Prince Rupert at 8pm this evening. The goal is to continue flowing trains/rail cars at a pace that will permit PRR terminal to depart three import trains per day, beginning tomorrow.