In view of COVID-19 quarantine requirements for ship crews prior to CNY 2021, South China & Hong Kong feeder operators have announced early feeder suspensions from 5th Jan to 21st Feb 2021.
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Further to our Notice dated 13th November 2020, regarding notice by the Chinese authorities suspending acceptance of Logs, timber, wood, treated or untreated etc from origins of Victoria & Queensland, please be advised that this has now been extended to the same cargoes originating from South Australia and Tasmania as per new notice from the Animal & Plant Bureau of State Customs China published on 4th December.
Please be advised that the GSL Christel Elisabeth V047S/049N will be delayed on arrival to the Australian Coast as it carries over delays from its previous voyage due to ongoing port congestion.
ANL wish to advised that Papua New Guinea local charges will change from 1st January 2021. Details of the new charges are detailed at the below link:
Please be advised that the Cosco Indonesia V098N will change rotation and now call Melbourne prior to Sydney in order to mitigate expected delays due to ongoing berth congestion.
Please be advised that the Maersk Surabaya 047S/048N and CMA CGM Ural V048S/049N are both delayed as they carry over delays from previous voyages due to congestion.
Please be advised that the CMA CGM Bellini V046S/048N will be delayed on arrival to the Australian Coast as it carries over delays from its previous voyage that will be compounded by congestion in Australian Ports.
Please be advised that both the Cap Capricorn 044N/048S & Seaspan Hamburg 046N/050S will omit its first Long Beach port call in order to assist with schedule recovery.
Please be advised that the ALS Kronos V045S/047N has been further delayed on arrival to Australia.
Please be advised that the SEATRADE WHITE 0542 will change rotation and now shall call Melbourne prior to Sydney in order to mitigate delays from ongoing port congestion.