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With safety a priority, all freight movement in the affected areas will cease until the storm has moved on.
We have been informed of the following:
GA Ports (Savannah) – closed Sept 3rd/4th
SC Ports (Charleston) – closed Sept 4th/5th
All CFS / Trucking facilities in those ports will be closed during that time as well.
Port Miami - Port Miami is closed to all vessel traffic until further notice. Tunnel is closed. All other port access is closed.
Miami Airport - MIA remains open and is no longer in the cone of concern for Hurricane Dorian. However, some airlines have canceled some of their flights.
Port Everglades / Fort Lauderdale Airport - Port Everglades is closed until further notice by order of the U.S. Coast Guard. Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL) closed at noon, Monday, September 2, until further notice.
Port Canaveral - Port Canaveral is closed. The port may reopen by Thursday.
JAXPORT - JAXPORT's terminals are now closed to all commercial traffic. The port will remain closed for the duration of Hurricane Dorian until cleared to reopen by the U.S. Coast Guard Captain of the Port for Sector Jacksonville.
The Captain of the Port will set Port Hurricane Condition ZULU for the Port of Jacksonville as of 8 a.m. Tuesday, September 3, 2019.
Orlando International Airport - Orlando International Airport ceased commercial operations at the end of Monday's flight schedule and will monitor the path of the Hurricane to determine an appropriate time to reopen following the storm.
Atlanta services will be operating as normal although may be affected by flight disruptions.
Service delays may be expected once weather clears due to the potential backlog.
Woodland Group will continue to monitor the situation but should you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact your local Woodland representative or get in touch with one of our teams here.
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