As part of A.P. Moller – Maersk’s efforts to keep our customers informed of the latest operational details, we would like to give you an update on GSL Nicoletta (247W).
Please be informed, operations at the terminal are disrupted and go-slow actions are taking place at Hutchison Delta II Terminal Rotterdam because of Collective Labour Agreement (CLA) negotiations with the unions.
Due to the go-slow actions and to avoid further delays in the schedule, GSL Nicoletta (247W) will perform a split discharge and load call in Rotterdam. The vessel will call Rotterdam World Gateway (NLROTWG) for discharge first with ETA 20.12. Thereafter, the vessel will sail to London Gateway prior to call Delta II Terminal with ETA 26.12. to finish operations with loading the export units.
When, in accordance with clause 20(c) of our terms for carriage, cargo scheduled to discharge at the Terminal is diverted to and placed at customers’ disposal at alternative ports such as Rotterdam Gateway Terminal instead of Delta II Terminal Rotterdam, customers will need to source alternative transport at their own cost to reach intended final destinations. Any losses or expenses incurred due to this will not be absorbed by Maersk.
Our teams are doing everything in their power to minimize disruptions to customers and continue to monitor the situation surrounding the ongoing negotiations.
Your business is of great importance to us and we thank you for your continuous understanding and regret any inconvenience caused by this schedule.
Please feel free to contact your local customer service representatives for any questions or concerns.
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