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Hurricane Irma Update

(Morristown, N.J.)… Hurricane Irma is projected to make landfall in Florida early Sunday according to the most recent reports from the National Hurricane Center. Mandatory evacuations have been ordered in coastal portions of Florida and Georgia. Following are the current and projected port conditions in the path of hurricane Irma, along with affected vessel positions.

Miami - POMTOC

Current Port Condition YANKEE (Tropical storm force winds are predicted to arrive within 24 hours). Port is now closed in anticipation of Condition ZULU.

“Maersk Seoul” 735w - Will work when port opens.

“Genoa” 734w - Will work when port opens.

Port Everglades – FIT

Current Port Condition YANKEE (Tropical storm force winds are predicted to arrive within 24 hours). Port is now closed in anticipation of Condition ZULU .

“Bea Schulte” 007s - Will work when port opens.

“Elisabeth-S” 018N - Port Everglades imports discharged in Cartagena Sept 8, for oncarriage on subsequent vessel.

Jacksonville – Trapac

Current Port Condition X-RAY (Tropical storm force winds are predicted to arrive within 48 hours)

Possible Condition ZULU Sept. 9, 6:00 AM (Port would CLOSE in ZULU condition)

“Maersk Dhahran” 736w – To be confirmed.

“Monte Azul” 082s - Scheduled to work Sept 12, to be confirmed.

Savannah

Current Port Condition X-RAY (Tropical storm force winds are predicted to arrive within 48 hours)

Possible Condition ZULU Sept. 9, 12:00 AM (Port would CLOSE in ZULU condition)

“ALS Ceres” 737w - Will work when port opens.

“MSC Charleston” 735e – To be confirmed.

“Maersk Saigon” 737w - Will work when port opens.

“MSC Spain” 736w - Will work when port opens.

Charleston

Current Port Condition X-RAY (Tropical storm force winds are predicted to arrive within 48 hours)

Possible Condition ZULU Sept. 9, 12:00 AM (Port would CLOSE in ZULU condition)

“Monte Azul” 082s - Scheduled to work Sept 11, to be confirmed.

“Spirit of Lisbon” 004s - Scheduled to work Sept 11, to be confirmed.

“MSC Maxine” 736w - Scheduled to work Sept 12, to be confirmed.

“ALS Ceres” 737w - Scheduled to work Sept 12, to be confirmed.

“MSC Charleston” 735e - Scheduled to work Sept 12, to be confirmed.

Our thoughts are with those who are impacted by the storm and we will keep you informed with regular updates until conditions return to normal.

Please contact your Hamburg Süd representative with any questions that you may have.