Advisories

Vessel Incident: Maersk Innoshima

25 March 2019

Update 1

Please be informed that due to mechanical difficulties following her departure from New Zealand, Maersk Innoshima voyage 910 on OC1 Service has had to return to Tauranga.

At this stage we are awaiting confirmation of an expected ETD from New Zealand. As more detail becomes available we will provide an update accordingly.

We will be working closely with customers to minimise any business impact.

Update 2

Please be informed that due to mechanical difficulties following her departure from New Zealand, Maersk Innoshima voyage 910N on OC1 Service has had to return to New Zealand. Further to our advisory of 25 March, the vessel will return to Auckland, not Tauranga, and is expected to berth and complete repairs 28 March.

If repairs are able to be completed as planned, the Maersk Innoshima 910N schedule is:

  • Manzanillo ETA 11 April
  • Cristobal ETA 12 April
  • Cartagena ETA 13 April
  • Philadelphia ETA 18 April
  • Charleston ETA 21 April

Update 3

Local repair team has boarded the vessel at Auckland and repair works are currently under way.  With newly delivered spare parts we expect to have the vessel operational by the morning of the 28th of March.

Target departure date is still the evening of the 28th of March.

If you have any questions or concerns about this process, please reach out to your local Maersk representative, or contact our Customer Service team on 1800 555 593 (Australia) or 0800 623775 (NZ).

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