Monthly Archives: April 2016
Al Mashrab – Omits Felixstowe
April 25, 2016
In order to meet available berthing window prior to industrial action at the Port of Le Havre, UASC have taken the decision to revise the port rotation for the Al Mashrab and omit Felixstowe.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused, however, this situation is beyond our control.
All UK destined containers will be discharged in Rotterdam and will be transferred back to the UK as soon as possible.
Thank you for your understanding and continued support.Posted by admin
Cosco England Omits Felixstowe
April 11, 2016
Further to below message we are now advised by our HQ as follows:
Pls note that with the exception of any hazardous goods, Felixstowe Non Haz cargo ex Cosco England v013w is scheduled to arrive on the
MV Manhattan Bridge v003
ETD Rotterdam 16th April 2016
ETA Felixstowe 18th April 2016
Please contact your local Coscon office for any further details.
Earlier Message as follows:
MV Cosco England NE3 CCQ 013W UVI 75255 will now omit Felixstowe due to delayed arrival into Europe. Vessel sustained delay in the Far East due to adverse weather.
At this present moment in time, all FXT import units will discharge Rotterdam and return to Felixstowe on MV Cosco Pride. (Ad hoc call) We are currently working with the Port of Felixstowe to secure a berth space for this vessel. Once we have any further updates we will post the new ETA.
On behalf of Senior Management Coscon UK Limited, we apologise for the inconvenience especially at such short notice, however, this situation is completely beyond our control.
Thank you for your continued support.
Posted by admin
Removal of Dunnage
April 7, 2016
Import Customers are respectfully reminded of their responsibility to remove all garment rails and all dunnage before returning empty container.
Coscon UK Limited, will, with immediate effect, levy a cleaning charge to import customers for removal of any garment rails, packaging, blocking and bracing material which has been left inside any container after import tip has been completed.
Removal of Dunnage / Container Cleaning Fee GBP 2,000.00 per container
Thank you for your kind attention and support.
Posted by admin
Manchester Bridge Delayed Due Bad Weather
April 1, 2016
Unfortunately the Manchester Bridge V05W has been delayed on route to Europe by bad weather, and has been forced to change port rotation in order to meet available berthing slots.
Revised ETA Felixstowe is now Friday 8th April 2016.
We apologise for any inconvenience, however this situation is beyond our control.
Thank you for your continued understanding.Posted by admin