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Update on Port of Baltimore Operations: Temporary Channel Closure

Update on Port of Baltimore Operations: Temporary Channel Closure



Update on Port of Baltimore Operations: Temporary Channel Closure

As efforts continue to remove the DALI, the Port of Baltimore faces temporary disruptions in its operations. Recently, the fourth temporary channel with a controlling depth of 30 feet had to be closed, leading to adjustments in barge services. At present, limited barge services are being operated through an alternative temporary channel with a controlling depth of 20 feet. Customers are being directly contacted regarding the availability of barge services during this period.


With no definitive timetable for the re-opening of the fourth temporary channel or the full resumption of operations at the Port of Baltimore, stakeholders are eagerly awaiting updates. Once booking services into and out of Baltimore can be confidently re-opened, notifications will be promptly shared.


Recognizing the importance of clarity for cargo handling and future route adjustments involving Baltimore, stakeholders are assured that diligent efforts are underway to identify solutions. Any changes to current and future cargo movements to Baltimore will be communicated promptly and transparently.


For those with inquiries or requiring further information about their cargo, reaching out to local Maersk representatives is encouraged. The dedicated teams are available to provide support and assistance with planning, ensuring minimal disruption to logistics operations.

Stay tuned for further updates as the situation evolves, and rest assured that efforts are being made to minimize disruptions and ensure smooth operations at the Port of Baltimore.


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