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North America - Hurricane Dorian Update #2

Further to our recent CustomerNEWS, we are providing updated information related to Hurricane Dorian as follows:

As of September 6, 2019, at 08:00 AM EDT, we like to inform you that following weather forecast is available:

- The eye of "Dorian" is now about 10 miles WSW of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina with maximum sustained winds at 90 MPH, moving north east / 50 degrees at 14 MPH.

In view of the constantly changing weather situation, we would encourage you to view all of the latest details regarding Hurricane Dorian on the National Hurricane Center website.

Below please find the current update on South Atlantic terminal schedules:

MIAMI
South Florida Container Terminal (SFCT) – Open

PORT EVERGLADES
Florida International Terminal (FIT) – Open

JACKSONVILLE
TraPac – Open

SAVANNAH
Garden City Terminal (GCT) – Open

CHARLESTON TERMINALS (WWT and NCT):
Friday, September 6: Re-opening at 0700 and operating until 1730.
Vessel operations re-start at 1900.
Saturday, September 7: Normal operating hours, 0600-1700.
Sunday, September 8: Open, 0600-1700.

WILMINGTON TERMINAL
Port of Wilmington, NC – Closed

NORFOLK TERMINALS
Norfolk International (NIT), Virginia International Gateway (VIG) & Portsmouth Marine Terminal (PMT) – Closed

Overview on current Vessel Information:

As Hapag-Lloyd, we are monitoring further developments very closely, also keeping our fleet appropriately informed, assessing the situation constantly and we use our best efforts to provide timely updates as the situation evolves.

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