Diversion of Ships from Maher Terminals

Please be advised that  nine vessels have been diverted from Maher terminal (in the port of NY/NJ) to other marine terminals to be discharged as the terminal operator struggles to get back on track after problems with installation of a new Navis terminal operating system. Import cargo off of these vessels should be picked up at the terminals listed below:

  • HANJIN KINGSTON (AWE 7) VOYAGE 0041W: Will work at APM Terminals in Port Elizabeth, on Friday, June 14 at 1900 hours.
  • GUANG DONG BRIDGE (AWE 4) VOYAGE 057B: Will work at New York Container Terminal in Staten Island, on Saturday, June 15 at 1900 hours.
  • APL EGYPT (APX-WB) VOYAGE 066W: Will work at APM Terminals in Port Elizabeth, on Saturday, June 15 at 0800 hours.
  • MOL DESTINY (AEE-WB) VOYAGE 018W: Will work at APM Terminals in Port Elizabeth, on Sunday, June 16 at 1900 hours.
  • ZIM RIO GRANDE: VOYAGE 047: Will work at APM Terminals in Port Elizabeth, on Monday, June 17 at approximately 1700 hours.
  • ZIM SAVANNAH: VOYAGE 037: Will work at APM Terminals in Port Elizabeth, on Tuesday, June 18.
  • APL PRESIDENT TRUMAN: VOYAGE 236: Will work at APM Terminals in Port Elizabeth, on Wednesday, June 19.
  • OOCL Oakland: VOYAGE 035E: Will work at Global Terminals in Port Elizabeth, on Wednesday, June 19.
  • KKL Suez Canal Bridge: VOYAGE 057B: Will work at APM Terminals in Port Elizabeth, on Thursday, June 20.

The company said its main terminal and off-dock facilities would be open this week from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. in an effort to clear the backlog. Please note  that free time and demurrage would be waived through Friday, June 21. Free time and demurrage also were waived last week.

RCL Agencies  will continue to monitor the situation and will report further updates. Please be guided accordingly.