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Vessel Delay Notice

We provide the below list of the following vessel delays that continue as a result of  ongoing congestion in ports, industrial action and as per our separate news alert, a COVID-19 infection.  Unfortunately delays are set to increase caused by more industrial action in Australian ports during October. 

Our customer service and sales teams will do their best to keep you alert to any significant delays to your shipments, however, please also review your reports for any delays.

Please note that ACA International’s reports update schedules directly through shipping line platform and other industry platforms.  Unfortunately shipping lines data can lag and can vary between shipping lines loading on the same vessel.  Large delays can be informed at very short notice if it involves a port omission,  a vessel missing a berthing window and being put back in the berthing queue or other reasons such as COVID 19 infection , resulting in vessels isolating for extended periods.  

ACA International does not publish all carrier delay notices however you can reach out to your customer service contact and they will provide any notices that have been issued.  

YM SUCCESS V.158S from South East Asia has been delayed due to bad weather  

 
Initial schedule
ETA Sydney
30 Sep
ETA Melbourne
27 Sep
ETA Brisbane
03 Oct
 
Revised schedule
ETA Sydney
01 Oct
ETA Melbourne
28 Sep
ETA Brisbane
04 Oct

 

GREEN SEA V.26S from China operated  by GSL will change port rotation from Melbourne, Sydney  then Brisbane to Brisbane, Melbourne then Sydney – revised schedule will be updated through reporting.

OOCL ROTTERDAM V.128S  from central China has been delayed due to port congestion in Australia

 
Initial schedule
ETA Sydney
06 Oct
ETA Melbourne
07 Oct
ETA Brisbane
08 Oct
 
Revised schedule
ETA Sydney
08 Oct
ETA Melbourne
11 Oct
ETA Brisbane
16 Oct

 

ANL GIPPSLAND V.055S from central China will be severely delayed due to a COVID 19 infection aboard the vessel.  Details announced last week here.

SYDNEY EXPRESS V.135 from South East Asia will omit Brisbane and Adelaide on its southbound voyage to assist with schedule recovery.