Daily Ocean News Bulletin – 11th July

by | Jul 11, 2022

Your daily update for Felixstowe, Southampton and London Gateway Ports, with the latest news on road and weather conditions, port turnaround times and vessel arrivals.

Felixstowe Port

Road – Slow traffic due to obstruction on the road on A12 Northbound near A14 J55 / Ipswich (Copdock Interchange). Slow traffic on A12 both ways between J26 A1124 Essex Yeomanry Way (Eight Ash Green / Tollgate interchange) and J30 B1029 Upper Street (Stratford St Mary). In the roadworks area. Reports of slow traffic due to traffic problem on A130 Northbound from A1245 (Rettendon Turnpike, Battlesbridge) to A12 J17 (Howe Green, Howe Green). Heavy traffic on A1 Great North Road Southbound at A421 Bedford Road (Black Cat Roundabout). A12 southbound between the A14 and the junction with the A120 Colchester East, Barrier repairs. A12 southbound between the A14 and the junction with the A133, Barrier repairs. A12 southbound access from B1137, A12 southbound between A138/A130 and A414 near Chelmsford (east), Roadworks. A12 northbound entry slip from the A130, Roadworks. A12 northbound between A414 near Chelmsford (east) and A138/A130, A12 northbound exit for B1024 near Kelvedon (south), Roadworks.

Port – No issues to report.

Vessel – Cosco Shipping Pisces (Working), GSL Kalliopi (Working), Tongala (Inbound), Monaco Maersk (Inbound), BF Fortaleza (Inbound), MSC Nora (Inbound), Ever Art (Inbound), Navios Vermillion (Inbound), Pantonio (Inbound), MSC Laurence (Inbound), Venta Maersk (Inbound).

Weather – No issues to report.

Southampton Port

Road – Delays on M271 Northbound at M27 J3. M27 eastbound between junctions J5 and J8, M27 eastbound between J5 and J7, M27 eastbound within J8, Roadworks.

Port – No issues to report. Further operational information can be found here.

Vessel – CMA CGM Fort Ste Marie (Working), Nordic Hamburg (Complete), GSL Chateau D’if (Working), X Press Moy (Inbound), Mol Tradition (Inbound), OOCL Montreal (Inbound), APL New York (Inbound), Ren Jian 15 (Cancelled), TS Singapore (Inbound).

Weather – No issues to report.

London Gateway Port

Road – Delays on M25 anticlockwise at the Dartford Tunnels. Slow traffic on M25 clockwise between J2 A2 (Darenth Interchange) and J3 M20 (Swanley Interchange). Queueing traffic due to earlier accident on M26 London bound before M25 Interchange. Slow traffic on M25 clockwise between Clacket Lane Services and J6 A22 (Godstone). Slow traffic on M25 clockwise between J9 A243 (Leatherhead) and J11 A320 St Peters Way (Chertsey). Slow traffic on M25 anticlockwise between J20 A41 (Kings Langley) and J15 M4. Queueing traffic on A41 Southbound at M25 J20. Slow traffic on A405 North Orbital Road between M1 J6 and B4630 Watford Road (Shell Roundabout). One lane closed, severe delays and queueing traffic for 14 miles due to recovery work and accident, a lorry and a car involved on M25 anticlockwise between J26 A121 (Waltham Abbey) and J25 A10 (Enfield). Congestion to just past J28 A12 (Brentwood). Also queues back through Epping Forest on the A121 Woodridden Hill, and heavier on the A127, A12 and M11 into London. Slow traffic on M25 clockwise from a few miles before J30 A13 (Lakeside / Purfleet) to the QE2 Bridge.    

Port – Reports of a power outage yesterday at the port, this seems to have affected operations this morning. There are severe delays which is causing delays to inbound and outbound vehicles. Further operational information can be found here.

Vessel – Cartagena Express (Working), MSC Yokohama (Working), MSC Cadiz (Working), HSL Nike (Inbound), APL Savannah (Inbound), Maersk Kimi (Cancelled), Emma Maersk (Inbound), Venta Maersk (Inbound), MSC India (Inbound), MSC Carole (Inbound), CMA CGM Fort Fleur Depee (Inbound), W Kyrenia (Cancelled), W Klaipeda (Inbound), Henrika Schulte (Inbound), AL Manamah (Inbound), MSC Brittany (Cancelled), Brooklyn Bridge (Inbound), Potomac Express (Inbound), Wega (Inbound), Cap San Antonio (Inbound).

Weather – No issues to report.

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