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 Hurricane Irma Update
HURRICANE IRMA – Florida Update

Hurricane Irma continues to threaten the US and Caribbean as a very dangerous and extreme weather situation.

The National Hurricane Center predicts direct impact to Florida as early as this weekend beginning in the Southern counties including Miami. In preparation for its arrival, our staff and employee safety is priority.

DSV US would like to share communication sources which are direct avenues to the local Miami Airport and Port:

Sea Freight:
As we continue to monitor #HurricaneIrma, please stay connected on Twitter @PortMiami @MiamiDadeCounty @MiamiDadeEM for official updates. Cargo users will find the most updated information at http://pomtoc.com .

Airfreight:
Similarly, for airline updates please stay connected on Twitter @IflyMIA.
 
DSV US Closures:

DSV Miami is officially closed at the time of this announcement in order to maintain the highest level of safety, secure homes and office structures.
DSV Orlando is expected to close Monday, September 11.

DSV US Communications:

Both offices will have phones redirected to our DSV Atlanta branch. Miami is effective immediately, and Orlando will follow as the storm approaches.
If emergency contact is necessary to reach DSV Miami or DSV Orlando during this time, please access the following numbers. Understandably, since Miami will likely sustain a larger impact – the department numbers will not be available.


DSV Miami                           
Branch Manager    Michael Thybo                    +1 281 943 4049

DSV Orlando
Branch Manager    Rene Raaberg                   + 1 407 232 3919
Air Import               Denise Santiago                + 1 908 872 3727
Ocean Import        Mikael Larsen                     +1 843 597 9082
All Exports              Linda Ricketts                     +1 321 408 4492