(Updated October 7, 2016 | 2:00 PM Eastern)
Seaboard Marine wishes to advise our valued customers of the impact of Hurricane Matthew to our vessels and operations. We are taking all appropriate steps to ensure the safety of our personnel and vessel crews, as well as your cargo. We apologize in advance for any supply chain disruption. As the track of Matthew continues to develop, we will provide further information.
Offices / Warehouses
- Seaboard Marine’s facilities (office, warehouse and marine terminal) in Miami, Florida are open today (October 7) during regular business hours.
- Offices in Jamaica re-opened earlier this week.
- Offices in Haiti re-opened earlier this week.
Ports / Terminal Operations
- Condition Zulu at PortMiami was lifted earlier this morning by the U.S. Coast Guard and PortMiami, including the Port Tunnel, is open. Normal operations, including vessel activity, have resumed. The on-dock FEC rail service, though, is not operating today.
- Foreign ( Jamaica, Haiti, and the Dominican Republic) ports that were closed at some point earlier this week have all re-opened.
- Seaboard Marine is providing its normal trucking services today including spotting of empty containers, pickups of local customer loads and local delivery to/from PortMiami.
- We have extended our cut-offs today and encourage our customers to contact their customer service representative.
- FEC trains are not operating today but hope to soon resume limited operations when safe to do so.
- South Florida is no longer under a Tropical Storm Warning.
Seaboard Marine will continue to monitor the path of Matthew and will provide updates as developments occur. We appreciate the patience and support of our customers during the 2016 Hurricane Season.