Hurricane Michael Update
CMA CGM America is closely monitoring Hurricane Michael. The storm is forecast to make landfall on the Florida’s panhandle today. We are taking precautions and communicating with transportation partners and terminals to safeguard our people and protect your cargo. Safety is our first concern.
The following CMA CGM services and vessels may be affected by the storm. At this time, none have changed their rotation or omitted any ports. Customers with cargo onboard these ships will receive a General Notice with updated arrival schedules for the next port of call. Please find the latest information 24/7 on CMA CGM’s eBusiness platform at www.cma-cgm.com/ebusiness.
- Amerigo - CMA GCM Coral, ETA to Miami Thursday, Oct 11.
- Cagema - CMA CGM Kingston, ETA to Savannah Wednesday, Oct 10 and Miami Friday, Oct 12.
- Columbus JAX - CMA CGM Thames, ETA to Norfolk Thursday night, Oct 11.
- Liberty Bridge - CMA CGM La Traviata, ETA to Charleston Wednesday night, Oct 10 or Thursday morning, Oct 11.
- Manhattan Bridge - CMA CGM J. Madison, ETA to Savannah Thursday morning, Oct 11. CMA CGM T. Roosevelt is in route to Norfolk and will move out of path of the storm.
- PAD - Seatrade Red, ETA to Savannah Thursday morning, Oct 11.
- PEX3 - Pusan C, ETA to Miami Thursday night, Oct 11. APL Minnesota, ETA to Miami Thursday night, Oct 11.
- Victory Bridge - APL Holland, ETA to Miami Thursday morning, Oct 11.
Ports in the path of Hurricane Michael have announced the following U.S. Coast Guard port conditions as of Tuesday evening:
- Port of Mobile is under port condition YANKEE, a warning condition in which gale force winds are possible within 24 hours.
- Ports of Savannah and Charleston are under a Tropical Storm Warning and port condition X-RAY. Port condition X-RAY is a readiness condition in which gale force winds are possible within 48 hours. Please note: Savannah may move to YANKEE at 10AM today, and Charleston may move to YANKEE at midnight.
- Port of Jacksonville is under port condition WHISKEY, a heightened condition in which gale force winds are possible within 72 hours.
- Port of Virginia is under port condition WHISKEY.
CMA CGM America is posting updates on its webpage, which can be found at www.cma-cgm.com/local/united-states, and we will also provide Hurricane Michael updates over the coming days.
All CMA CGM America customer service options are available and operating under normal conditions.