HURRICANE IRMA – Florida, US Gulf, Atlanta and San Juan Update
Hurricane Irma has passed Puerto Rico, and following a dangerous situation in Florida over the weekend - it is now considered a Tropical Storm which currently approaching the US Gulf States, including our office located in Atlanta, Georgia.
Seaports and Airports
The Port of San Juan, PR is open as of September 8, 2017 to inbound and outbound vessel traffic. (Source: Crowley.com)
Port Everglades, Port Jacksonville, Port Miami, Port Savannah, and Port Freeport are all closed at this time. (Source: Maersk.com)
All FEC rail operations in and out of Florida have been suspended until further notice. CSXT has disconnected accepting traffic destined to FEC locations. Norfolk Southern closed all origin facility gates for shipments billed to Charleston and Savannah until further notice on September 7, 2017. The Jacksonville rail operations are also closed at this time. (Source: Crowley.com)
All local airlines within Florida have reported closed airports and flights at this time.
Delta Airlines has placed an embargo for the following locations: Atlanta, GA - Birmingham, AL - Mobile, AL and Pensacola, FL for cargo. These are expected to lift September 12, 2017.
- DSV San Juan, PR offices are back in operation.
- DSV Miami and DSV Orlando and are closed at this time.
- DSV Atlanta has limited Monday contact.
- Florida and Georgia are in a State of Emergency which affects all counties.
Calls are being supported by our US Corporate office in Clark, New Jersey and are automatically re-routed for clients who may be calling our offices directly.