+++ last updated on 11 June +++
- ANR: Worse and critical yard utilisation. The yard density at nearly all terminals is climbing over 90%. ANR terminals can also only deal with certain amount of volumes and vessel delays (mostly in the middle of RNE rotation) and the maximum is being reached. Lack of labour. Waiting time for HL vessels between 6 and 10 days.
- RTM: ECT yard utilisation critical again, reefer plugs availability too. ECT is still facing very serious labour issues. This is due to the ongoing effect of the COVID-19 development and holidays of workers, but also related to the ongoing dispute between ECT and the unions.
- RWG high yard utilisation which can peak up to 95%.
- HAM: CTA and CTB high yard utilisation but workable, however expecting limited labour availability at all HHLA terminals. Lack of labour especially at Burchardkai and Eurogate due to Union dispute and reduced voluntary work.
- SOU: Still high yard utilisation but lowest since the last months. Damaged crane at current THEA berth SCT5, no outlook on when it will be back in service.
- LGP: Yard capacity under control. Cranes/labour currently are no issue. No changes in COVID status zero cases.
- FOS: Eurofos and Seayard yard situation stable since last week, under control by terminal.
- France: Transport capacities remain in general tight. One of our core suppliers (Hinterland) is not able to offer quality we were hoping for, hence, this volume needs to be offset by other vendors.
- UK: Trucking & rail capacities remain tight with high volumes being handled
Liverpool T1 terminal is congested due to missing gantry crane which causes delays for the truckers
In general, EBI faces a shortage in truck drivers which needs to be monitored in the upcoming weeks
- Benelux: Equipment situation is improving
High demand of trucking services within Benelux some capacities under pressure
Cross border traffics to Germany without any problems atm
Holiday season about to start Prediction of drop on CH volume
- Germany: Still heavy delays of processing trains in the port of Hamburg issue for import & export traffics
Increase in full storage as vessels being re-planned
Equipment situation improving
- Poland: Small operational issues after AGORA set up has been implemented as from June 1st with rail services
New truck vendor started operating to avoid facing capacities issues
- Hamburg: High utilization of parking spaces and simultaneously high rail traffic in Hamburg ports causing backlogs in the train arrival and departure from/to Hamburg.
Main impact on Eurogate terminal (approx. 20hrs delay), CTA delay of approx. 5hrs. CTB and CTT are within schedule.
Given the circumstances, trucking is running rather smoothly. The situation is being observed closely and all measures are taken to ensure the health and safety of our staff members and partners, while ensuring business continuity despite the current disruptions. These are the exceptions:
- Hungary: Limited freight border crossings affecting deliveries via terminals DUNAJASKA STREDA and CUNOVO REJKA; a surcharge of EUR250 will be charged for all transport via DUNAJSKA STREDA
- MILHOSŤ – TORNYOSNÉMETI (Miglecnemeti – Tornyosnemeti)
- Austria: Delays anticipated when entering/leaving the country due to additional health checks.
- France: CH Situation is back to normal from/to French ports, Cross border traffics from/to Switzerland can be arranged on a sport basis. Port of Le Havre area truckers are fully booked and can only arrange terminal transfers.
- Italy: Operations running normally.
- Iberia: Operations running normally
- Turkey/Piraeus : without interruptions
- Black Sea (Bulgaria, Georgia, Romania, Russia, Ukraine); East Mediterrean (Syria, Lebanon, Israel); North Africa (Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria, Lybia) and Adriatic Sea (Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia, Albania, Serbia): All trucking is regular.
No impact to report besides the following exceptions:
- France: Greenmodal barge does not call SEAYARD at Fos anymore. Barges are not allowed to operate 24/7 anymore, currently operate with reduced capacity for only 10 h/day
All Depots operating without major disruptions.
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