10.1.2018SACP Chassis Post Florence

Post Florence Chassis Audits



As a follow up to the Hurricane Florence aftermath please be advised that CCM has undertaken chassis inspections in Dillon and Wilmington, as well as at two large customer locations  and to date have not found any chassis to have been affected by flood water.

We are methodically clearing inspection needed flags as chassis are returned and inspected and will seek out the others that were in the region(s) at the time of the Hurricane to ensure they were not affected.  Pool members will be informed if any chassis are found to have water infiltration.  

Please let us know if you have any questions.



9/24/2018

Motor Carriers operating in SACP areas


We need your help to report any chassis that may have been under water during the storm.

  • Water contamination of the grease or oil in the wheel hubs is a serious safety risk and could cause bearing failure.
  • Water infiltration in the air/ brake systems may also cause mechanical issues that need to be inspected prior to use
  • Your drivers will be the first people to touch an SACP chassis after the storm. As your driver performs his/her UIIA/DOT mandated pre trip inspection, please ask every driver to pay special attention to the wheels/hubcaps. Signs of debris or a water line above any part of the center of any chassis wheel including on the container sidewall could mean wheel hub is contaminated or the brake systems infiltrated with water.
  • Please DO NOT MOVE ANY SACP CHASSIS OVER THE ROAD THAT MAY HAVE HAD ANY WHEEL END UNDER WATER or AIR SYSTEM WATER INFILTRATION.
  • Please send an email with the Subject Wheel Hub Submerged or WHS with the chassis number to florence@ccmpool.com  and please include the physical location of the chassis. The SACP will have the hub inspected and will perform maintenance if found to be contaminated.
  • If you know of any shipper's addresses where SACP chassis are or were under water please let us know at the same email address



9/19/2018

Wilmington

NCSPA planning open to normal gate traffic at 0700 on Monday morning 9/24/18.

Dillon

Inland Port Dillon is open, CSX will resume daily/regular service from Charleston to Dillon northbound (imports) on Wednesday, September 19.  Regular service for Dillon to Charleston southbound (exports) will be determined later in the week, based on conditions

09.18.2018

SACP Chassis Post Florence

South Carolina and North Carolina are still experiencing the affects from Florence due to flooding and

road closures. Many locations were affected by floodwaters where SACP chassis were parked during the

storms.

  • We need your help to report any chassis that may have been under water during the storm.
  • Water contamination of the grease or oil in the wheel hubs is a serious safety risk and could cause bearing failure.
  • Water infiltration in the air/ brake systems may also cause mechanical issues that need to be inspected prior to use
  • Your drivers will be the first people to touch an SACP chassis after the storm. As your driver performs his/her UIIA/DOT mandated pre trip inspection, please ask every driver to pay special attention to the wheels/hubcaps. Signs of debris or a water line above any part of the center of any chassis wheel including on the container sidewall could mean wheel hub is contaminated or the brake systems infiltrated with water.
  • Please DO NOT MOVE ANY SACP CHASSIS OVER THE ROAD THAT MAY HAVE HAD ANY WHEEL END UNDER WATER or AIR SYSTEM WATER INFILTRATION.
  • Please send an email with the Subject Wheel Hub Submerged or WHS with the chassis number to florence@ccmpool.com and please include the physical location of the chassis. The SACP will have the hub inspected and will perform maintenance if found to be contaminated.
  • If you know of any shipper's addresses where SACP chassis are or were under water please let us know at the same email address

Thank you for your assistance.