Although Isaisis has impacted our operations and ship schedules in recent days, we are grateful that the storm has caused no damages to customer’s cargo or company assets. PortMiami re-opened yesterday and is fully operational. We continue to track Isaias as it moves northward along the U.S. East Coast.

The M/V AS Palatia Voyage 9 departed from Rio Haina and is scheduled to arrive and work in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Wednesday morning, August 5th, and in Brooklyn, New York, Thursday afternoon, August 6th.

The M/V Seaboard Ranger Voyage 379 departed from Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic this morning, and is expected to arrive in Miami, Florida, on Tuesday evening, August 4th.

The M.V. Bomar Caen Voyage 4 arrived in Manzanillo, Panama, today, August 3rd. The vessel is expected to berth and work on arrival.

The M/V Diana J Voyage 482 sailed Thursday, July 30th, but will be delayed into Philipsburg, Saint Maarten, St. Johns, Antigua, Bridgetown, Barbados, and Point Lisas, Trinidad due to deviations caused by Isaias.

The M/V AS Samanta Voyage 17 arrived in Kingston, Jamaica, yesterday, Sunday, August 2nd, and is expected to depart this morning with arrival to Lafito, Haiti, tomorrow morning, August 4th. No further delays are expected.

Our staff, crews, vessels, and our customer’s cargo are always of the utmost importance.  We expect this advisory to be our final update, but if the storm strengthens and/or has continued impacts on our operations, we will promptly advise.

We appreciate the patience and support of our customers during the 2020 Hurricane Season.