Update on Port Closures and Openings in Wake of Irma

Given the importance of your cargo deadlines, we want to provide you with the latest information post-Irma. Fortunately, none of the expected port openings outlined in yesterday’s Shap Flash have lagged to date. On top of this, a number of

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Hurricane Irma Update

In light of Irma’s changing trajectory and weakened condition, there are a number of updates to the information released in last Friday’s Shap Flash.  Please note the following: Port of Charleston is open and operating normally. Port of Savannah is

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Irma Threatens Supply Chains Across the U.S.

The most recent forecasts for Hurricane Irma now predict the Category 5 storm will make landfall in Florida tomorrow morning, after which Irma is expected to continue her trajectory, diminishing in size and severity throughout her journey along the Southeast

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Hurricane Irma Update

Hurricane Irma,  a Category 5 hurricane with winds consistently exceeding 180 MPH, making it the strongest hurricane to ever originate in the Atlantic, made landfall in the Caribbean yesterday and is already reported to have caused 9 deaths and millions

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