The Cape of Storms has affected port operations for the week 22 – 28/05 with 67 vessel movements, 29 incoming, 23 departure & 15 shifting’s.
A snapshot of security in the port indicated 15 tickets issued for failure to stop and 1 driving without a seatbelt – remember to please drive carefully within the port precinct, you are being watched!
Terminal Stats for week 22 – 28/05 as follows:
- CTCT : 12657 TEU Handled, vessel ranging at 601 with 30-hour delay for MSC Adelaide; MOL Proficiency at 604 lost 14.2 hours due to ranging & Sunday terminal windbound from 1800 until 1400 29th (Monday)
- CTMPT: 1015 actual vs 1159 target with delays experienced due to rain and fog
- FPT : 6 vessels handled, 1 container, 3 Multi cargo & 2 Dry bulk: 502 TEU, Dry Bulk 27528.45 MT, Dry bulk direct 10926.20 MT, 23.8 MT & Fruit 4272 pallets
Please note that the above Information is for the week as indicated and is obtained from our weekly Thursday stakeholder engagements, which is entering its 3rd year of operation.
Stay warm! Stay Safe! Stay well!