Please be advised that TIANJIN BRIDGE 156 will have delayed arrival in Brisbane due to Berthing delays experienced in New Zealand ports.
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Please be advised that GSL CHRISTEL ELISABETH 136N and ALS KRONOS 134N arrival at Australian Coast has been delayed due to berthing delays experienced in South East Asia Ports.
Please be advised that MAERSK SURABAYA 134N arrival at Australian Coast has been delayed due to berthing delays experienced in South East Asia Ports. Revised schedule is as follows:
Please be advised that the SYNERGY OAKLAND will phase out of the Pacific Coast to Australia / New Zealand service and will be replaced by JPO LIBRA in Oakland.
Further to our notice dated 7th September on MSC Toronto MA135R calling Colombo prior Singapore and MSC Toronto MA135R Phasing Out in Singapore and MSC Sofia Paz phasing IN.
For many months our customers have been impacted by severe delays on the PCX service in both North America and Oceania. While a number of mitigation measures have been undertaken including the omissions of calls in AU, NZ and US. Unfortunately these measures have not been sufficient to keep vessels within the required nine week rotation. As such, the PCX Vessel Operating Partners have decided to slide the vessels in our voyage sequence.
Please be advised that due to delays on the AAX1 service caused by the congestion in South East Asia and Australian Coast. All vessels starting from PHOEBE 140N will now slide by 1 week in the rotation in order to bring the service back in line with a standard weekly rotation.
Please be advised that SYDNEY EXPRESS 131N is currently behind schedule due to adverse weather condition and port congestion experienced on the Australian coast and got further delay departure Brisbane due to operational issues
Please be advised that the MSC Sindy will be swapped with MSC Tokyo and vice versa.
Due to the continuing high demand for space on our Westpac service, we will be altering the voyage rotation of Sofrana Surville V274 in order to accommodate all cargo. The vessel will call New Zealand and New Caledonia as per usual, and proceed to Brisbane where she will call at DPW Terminal in order to load all cargo which has been moved coastally from other Australian ports to Brisbane to meet this service. The Sofrana Surville will then proceed to Lae where she will discharge cargo, and load any Lae to Australia shipments. Following the call in Lae, she will return to Brisbane to call at AAT in order to load Brisbane origin export cargo. Vessel will then proceed to Port Moresby, Lae, Kimbe, Rabaul, Honiara. This change will mean a slightly later delivery date for some cargo than originally planned, but does allow us to deliver all cargo, and to continue to accept additional Brisbane export bookings.