Update: Port disruption in Valencia terminal
A.P. Moller - Maersk recently communicated that the Port of Valencia had set congestion-easing contingency measures in light of the truck driver strikes across Spain. These measures included not accepting export containers until enough space had been freed at each of the Valencia terminals to return to regular business.
We are now writing to inform you that the Port of Valencia will lift the measures affecting export cargo and will accept containers across all three Valencia terminals from 31 March 2022.
Keeping your supply chain moving is of utmost importance to Maersk, and we will do our best to continue supplying the tools and information that aids your logistics operations. We recommend you stay up to date with the depots and terminals timetable via the following link: here
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