Please be advised that due to the impending winter storm on 3/13, the Boston Autoport- Diversified Automotive will be closed tomorrow, 3/13 and not be receiving any vehicles. The Boston Autoport will re-open on Wednesday March 14th, regular hours. Please pass this information on to your drivers.
We have been advised that due to the severe weather forecasted for tomorrow, 3/13, Providence have decided to close the terminal for the day. They will resume normal receiving operations Wednesday, 3/14.
Please review the updated Sallaum Line RORO schedule, the loading dates for Chorus and Cardinal changed a little due to Berth availability in Jacksonville, and weather related delays in Baltimore and Newark for the Chorus.
-Cardinal will Load Jacksonville on Sunday due to berth availability
-Chorus is loading Friday and Saturday in Newark due to the storm
Please be advised of the following, due to inclement weather Port Newark & Bayonne Auto Terminals will be open limited hours today: 8am to noon.
We are happy to announce that our Baltimore South Locus Terminal is OPEN normal hours accepting all cargo types including Forklift cargo.
Yesterday we experienced some delays at the gate, but that was due to “Chorus” loading operations. Today we are receiving cargo without any delays.
Thank you for your patience and we have put plans in place to make sure South Locus Point stays open for all cargo types without delays from now on.
Due to continued inclement weather, Port Newark & Bayonne Auto Terminals will be closed Thursday, March 8th.
Mother Nature/Winter does not want to go away quietly, we are looking at about 1 foot of Snow tomorrow. So please see below update on the Newark Red Hook Terminal.
With the remaining limited space at the Newark Red Hook Terminal, and “Chorus” Loading Operations on March 8th and 9th, please see below;
-Wednesday March 7th, Major Snow Storm, Terminal is CLOSED
-Thursday March 8th, Terminal is CLOSED for Loading Operations of Chorus
-Friday March 9th, Terminal will OPEN at 1 PM for Running Cargo ONLY (2nd day of Loading Operations of Chorus)
-Monday March 12th, Terminal OPEN Normal Hours for all Types of Cargo.
Jacksonville Harbor Deepening construction has begun bringing JAXPORT one step closer to accommodating more cargo aboard the largest ships calling the U.S. East Coast.
More than 1.3 million containers moved through the Port of Jacksonville last year, making it Florida’s largest container port complex. Asian trade continues to be the fastest growing segment of JAXPORT’s container cargo business.