Hurricane Dorian Updates

Friday September 13, 2019
HURRICANE DORIAN STATUS REPORT

Click here to download the latest Hurricane Dorian Status Report.

LATEST NEWS
  • Stacks of chassis continue to move into ports of Savannah and Charleston to ensure supply as they continue to work the backlog of vessels
  • Over 1,600 units have moved into the area in the past week
  • An additional 1600 x 40' are being injected over the next 4-6 weeks from outside the pool
  • Overtime has been approved this weekend with solid mechanic count reporting to duty
  • We are meeting the needs at all inland points and starting to net up chassis at the ports



Wednesday September 11, 2019

HURRICANE DORIAN STATUS REPORT

Click here to download the latest Hurricane Dorian Status Report.  Report includes:

  • Total # of units repositioned
  • Region Dwell: by equipment type for the previous nine days, showing average time between mount and dismount
  • Net Imbalance between in-gate and out-gate containers
  • Regional Use Days
LATEST NEWS
  • Over 1,000 chassis have been sent to affected SACP markets to support the recovery with more ordered
  • Continue to encourage motor carriers to return setups
  • Additional mechanic capacity is being strategically placed in the region




Tuesday September 10, 2019

HURRICANE DORIAN STATUS REPORT

Click here to download the latest Hurricane Dorian Status Report as CCM continues to support the recovery from Hurricane Dorian. Report includes:

  • Total # of units repositioned
  • Region Dwell: by equipment type for the previous nine days, showing average time between mount and dismount
  • Net Imbalance between in-gate and out-gate containers
  • Regional Use Days
LATEST NEWS
  • Additional mechanic capacity is being sourced to inland markets
  • Motor carriers are highly encouraged to pick up empty set ups and return as DCs are full
  • There are currently units in route to SACP to support recovery efforts


Friday September 6, 2019

  • As Hurricane Dorian passes, SACP offices have been reopened, all staff members have been accounted for
  • CCM Staffing over the weekend will continue to support the recovery effort
  • Chassis stacks are currently in route for relief in affected areas
Weather Forecast MapsPrecipitation 3 hours, 35°N 76°W, 2019/09/06 2:00 PM (UTC−04:00), © VentuSky.com

GPA

Normal gates are in effect as of Friday, September 6.  On Saturday, September 7th, GPA will follow the normal weekday schedule and gate operations.  All gates will be open Saturday to include gates 3,4, &8 with a 0600 gate open and last truck out at gate 4 1800.

JAXPORT

Port is now OPEN WITH RESTRICTIONS.  Vessels with a draft of 36feet or less are now authorized to transit in and out.  Main gates are open to landside ship-to-shore cargo operations.  The port reports no damage or navigational hindrance to its waterways.

SCSPA

WWT, NCT and CST have been reopened for gate operations.  Vessel operations will begin at 1900.  Inland Port Dillon is now reopened and will be open Saturday, September 7 from 0600-1800.

NC Ports

Both Ports of Wilmington and Morehead City remain closed to commercial operations and employees.  There is no significant damage to report at the Port of Wilmington.  An update will be provided on Port of Morehead City later.  Information regarding gate hours will be updated later today.




Thursday September 5, 2019

Main gates are now open to landside cargo operations.  Port remains closed to waterway access and ship-to-shore cargo operations.

GPA

Remains closed and will resume gate/truck and rail on Friday, September 6.

SCSPA

Remains closed and will reopen Friday, September 6. 

NC Ports

Port of Morehead and Port of Wilmington remain closed Thursday, September 5 and Friday, September 6.




Wednesday September 4, 2019

Port Dillon will be closing at 1800 today due to high winds.  Inland Port Dillon will reopen Friday, September 6 at 0900 and be open Saturday, September 7 from 0600-1800.  All terminals in Charleston and Georgetown remain closed and will reopen Friday, September 6 at 0900. 

NC Ports

Both Port of Morehead and Port of Wilmington will be closed to commercial operations on Thursday, September 5 and Friday, September 6. 

GPA

Remains closed.

JAXPORT

Remains closed.



Tuesday September 3, 2019

Operations at both Brunswick and Savannah locations on Tuesday, September 3 and Wednesday, September 4 will be shut down. 

SCSPA

All terminals will operate under normal hours Tuesday, September 3; NS will not be open but CXS remains open.  Marine terminals in Charleston and Georgetown will be closed Wednesday, September 4 and Thursday, September 5.   SC Ports Authority's inland ports remain open operating under normal hours.

JAXPORT

Terminals remain closed to all commercial traffic for the duration of Hurricane Dorian until cleared to reopen by the U.S. Coast Guard Captain.  The port's administrative offices and facilities are closed Tuesday and Wednesday. 

NC Ports

Ports of Wilmington and Morehead City will operate normal business hours Tuesday, September 3.  Commercial gate hours at the ports of Wilmington and Morehead City will operate 0700-1200 Wednesday, September 4.



Monday September 2, 2019

SACP offices in Jacksonville, Savannah and Charleston will be closed the next few days due to Hurricane Dorian.   We will continue to provide updates as they become available.

GPA

At this time the Port will be shut down in both Brunswick and Savannah locations Tuesday September 3rd.

JAXPORT

JAXPORT terminals are currently closed to incoming vessels.  The port is under Hurricane Conditoin YANKEE as of 8 a.m. Monday. JAXPORT offices and facilities will be closed Tuesday and Wednesday.

Key Messages from NOAA.GOV on Hurricane Dorian can be found here.

Weather Forecast MapsPrecipitation 3 hours, 26°N 74°W, 2019/08/30 8:00 AM (UTC−04:00), © VentuSky.com


Friday August 30, 2019

Consolidated Chassis Management will be closely monitoring Hurricane Dorian as it prepares to impact South Florida early Tuesday and move up through Central Florida in the early hours on Wednesday with Hurricane force winds. 

The SACP has been engaged with all potentially impacted chassis pool locations to ensure chassis are placed in protected areas.   We will continue to stay in close contact with all Terminals, Maintenance Partners, Ramps and Coast Guard to ensure we are up to date in regard to forecast and potentially impacted areas.  As we continue to watch the storm make progress toward land we will provide market specific information for Coastal Terminal locations. 

At this time JAXPORT remained open to all traffic.  Effective 8pm on Thursday August 29, 2019 the US Coast Guard will set port hurricane condition X-RAY. 

CCM preparation efforts include:

  • SACP tire suppliers are in the process of completing tire pickups to reduce number of loose assets on various terminals and depots
  • SACP tire suppliers are increasing inventories in the event one supplier goes down from the storm in order to supplement markets
  • SACP repair depots are focused on building AV stacks to be ready in the event they are needed in an affected market
  • Emergency response procedures are in place to ensure coverage for logistics and M&R

Key Messages from NOAA.GOV on Hurricane Dorian can be found here.