With Durban still not fully able to accommodate the maximum output for export volume, it has been agreed with our partners that the Maersk Rubicon 215E will omit Durban and Induce Port Elizabeth on the 06/05. The Vessel will maintain her Cape Town call.

Exports from Durban will be transferred to the CMA CGM San Antonio 218N.
Imports will be discharged in Port Elizabeth and will connect to the Mol Presence 222N for Durban delivery.

The CMA CGM San Antonio will then omit Port Elizabeth and exports will load on the Maersk Rubicon inducement.
Imports will be discharged in Durban and will connect to the Stanley A 216S for delivery back to Port Elizabeth.

Please do not hesitate to contact us should you have any concerns, we remain contactable via our usual channels.

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