+++ last updated on February 3, 2023 +++
- France - ongoing strikes. Gate in and gate out operations are limited. Terminal restrictions in place with short window to gate in containers. Expected truck-appointment shortage that might lead to extra costs, including temporarty storage outside the port. Rail and barge are recommended to transport containers to and from sea terminals.
- PSA: Yard utilization at 869 and 913 are stable. Reefer stacks at 869 are normal, and 913 increased occupancy. Empty storage on good levels at both terminals. Dense fog over the last weekend led to operational interruptions and pilot station closure, but the terminal worked through the backlog. Ongoing civil works at 869 temporarily influencing the stack capacity.
- AGW: Yard remained a low operational level. Reefer plug capacity is at good level. Empty storage at low level. Gaps at berth line-up.
- All ANR terminals still have export delivery restrictions in place. Export cargo delivery gates will be opened only 7 days prior vessel ETA.
- Europe Container Terminals (ECT): Yard steady on a good operational level. Reefer plug capacity ok. Berth line-up with less vessels alongside. The terminal is able to advance vessel departures. Import dwell times increased.
- Rotterdam World Gateway (RWG): Yard level at high utilization. Import dwell times are raising. Sufficient gangs can be deployed. Reefer plug utilization ok. Cargo opening times for export cargo at RWG 8 days before vessel ETA.
- Southampton Port (SOU): Port working on backlog. Labour availability on a sufficient level. Yard at good operational level. SOU cargo opening time for the acceptance of export cargo is 10 days in advance of vessels ETA. Port congestions are noticeable.
- London Gateway Port (LGP): Yard at low level. Reefer stacks well manageable. Full labour deployment. This week’s line-up is showing some gaps.
- Container Terminal Altenwerder (CTA): Yard at good operational level. Terminal has recovered completely and is performing again. Berth line-up with gaps due to less vessels.
- Container Terminal Burchardkai (CTB): Yard utilization relaxed compared to previous week due to ongoing yard works temporary reducing the overall capacity with no impact on the operations. High empty container levels. Berth line- up with several gaps. Terminal at good productivity.
- From November 28, 2022, delivery of cargo is again possible irrespective of mode of transport or vessel ETA.
G.M.P. Le Havre, France
- CNMP/GMP/TNMSC: Terminals in Le Havre remains affected by SOU accumulating delays as this is the next port in rotation. Yard is back to normal operational level. Good terminal productivity.
Adriatic Sea / Black Sea / Levante / Northern Africa
- Koper, Slovenia
Port delay or congestion in main Terminals: (Damietta, Alexandria, and Sokhna)
Spain / Portugal
- There is a strike expected in Lisbon, Portugal until February 5, 2023. In addition, strikes are also expected to occur on January 30, 2023.
North (Poland, Denmark, Sweden and Finland)
- Available transport capacity.
- Empty equipment availability ok.
Germany & Central Europe
- Depot utilization is relaxing with peaks in Ulm, Regensburg and Leipzig Area
- Available transport capacity
- Congestion is improving but cargo opening times are still in place
- No transport capacity issues for all modes of transport
- Strike in Ottmarsheim affecting trains to Antwerp/Rotterdam
- Open barge, truck and rail capacity
- Barge capacity is ok
- Strike planned on February 7 and 8, 2023
- Open truck capacitiy
- Rail strike on February 3, 2023
Adriatic Sea / Black Sea / Levante / Northern Africa
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