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Vessel Delay Notice

The continuation of revised schedules and port congestion as a result of the recent poor weather across the East Coast of Australia has resulted in ETA changes. Nationwide industrial is continuing at DP World Australia terminals which is compounding port congestion (ACA Alert - Nationwide Industrial Action Continues at DP World Terminals).

The latest list of changes and delays are listed below. Please contact your client services representative if you have any questions regarding the below;

OOCL Texas V174S/N, originating in Europe will change port rotation to call Melbourne before Sydney to enable schedule recovery. Please see below initial and revised ETA.

 
Initial schedule
ETA MEL
19 Sep
ETA SYD
15 Sep
ETA ADL
22 Sep
ETA FRE
 
Revised schedule
ETA MEL
22 Sep
ETA SYD
25 Sep
ETA ADL
29 Sep
ETA FRE
03 Oct

 

MV Wide Hotel V078S, originating in North China has been delayed due to serious berth congestion in Sydney. Please see below initial and revised ETA.

 
Initial schedule
ETA MEL
14 Sep
ETA SYD
07 Sep
ETA BNE
17 Sep
 
Revised schedule
ETA MEL
11 Sep
ETA SYD
19 Sep
ETA BNE
17 Sep

 

MV OOCL KUALA LUMPUR V. 138S, originating South China has been delayed due to Industrial action taking place at Hutchison terminal in Sydney. Kindly note that the Melbourne and

Brisbane schedules are still to be confirmed. 

 
Initial schedule
ETA SYD
05 Sep
ETA MEL
10 Sep
ETA BNE
13 Sep
 
Revised schedule
ETA SYD
05 Sep
ETA MEL
TBA
ETA BNE
TBA
 
MV Ever Utile V:158S, originating North China has changed 1st port discharges in Melbourne, instead of Sydney due to serious port congestion. Please see below initial and revised ETA.
 
 
Initial schedule
ETA MEL
12 Sep
ETA SYD
18 Sep
ETA BNE
17 Sep
 
Revised schedule
ETA MEL
12 Sep
 
ETA SYD
17 Sep
ETA BNE
21 Sep
 
MV BROTONNE BRIDGE 032S / 037N originating North America is delayed and will arrive Australia behind schedule. In order to not further delay the vessel given ongoing Protected Industrial Action at Australian ports, the vessel will change rotation and call Sydney after Adelaide. Please see below initial and revised ETA.
 
 
Initial schedule
ETA MEL
16 Sep
ETA ADL
19 Sep
ETA SYD
20 Sep
 
Revised schedule
ETA MEL
18 Sep
ETA ADL
20 Sep
ETA SYD
23 Sep

 

MV CMA CGM Bellini V036N, due to ongoing port congestion and extended waiting time to berth in Sydney, vessel operator is changing the port rotation to call Melbourne before Sydney to minimise disruption to the schedule. Please see below initial and revised ETA.

 
Initial schedule
ETA BNE
08 Sep
ETA MEL
20 Sep
ETA SYD
16 Sep
ETA ADL
23 Sep
ETA FRE
19 Sep
 
Revised schedule
ETA BNE
08 Oct
ETA MEL
13 Sep
ETA SYD
16 Sep
ETA ADL
22 Sep
ETA FRE
28 Sep

  

 APL Savannah V:MA038R, originating in Europe will now call Melbourne and Adelaide prior to Sydney in order to mitigate delays from ongoing congestion. Please see below initial and revised ETA.

 
Initial schedule
ETA MEL
18 Sep
ETA ADL
23 Sep
ETA SYD
15 Sep
ETA FRE
28 Sep
 
Revised schedule
ETA MEL
19 Sep
ETA ADL
23 Sep
ETA SYD
27 Sep
ETA FRE
05 Oct

 

MV SEAMAX STRATFORD V.102S, originating in North China has arranged port rotation to prevent further delays. She will now call Melbourne first followed by Sydney and Brisbane. Please see below initial and revised ETA.

 
Initial schedule
ETA MEL
20 Sep
ETA SYD
20 Sep
ETA BNE
21 Sep
 
Revised schedule
ETA MEL
20 Sep
ETA SYD
24 Sep
ETA BNE
28 Sep

Please note our reporting systems receive updates directly from carrier systems therefore vessel changes will automatically update our reporting.  Changes to ETA of greater than 3 days from the previous report will be highlighted in red shade and changes to ETA less than 3 days from the previous reports will be highlighted in orange shade.