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Status Updates 3/25/20

Posted by Andrew Ho on March 31, 2020 at 3:02 PM

Countries updated in this post: Honduras, USA

3;2520 updates


Honduras | USA



Port: Puerto Cortes
Risk LevelYellow
Status: Open with restrictions
Shipping lines are only issuing SWB, no longer OBL. The issuance of complementary export documents by local authorities experiences delays, and, due to curfew, local processing plants are working with minimal staff occupancy, which can also generate delays.



United States of America

Port: Charleston
Risk LevelGreen
Status: Open 
Although the South Carolina Ports Authority (SCPA) expects volume through the Port of Charleston to fall by double digits in March and April, they do not expect truckers to face delays and do not plan to change operating hours.


Warehouse: Continental Terminals, New Jersey
Risk LevelGreen
Status: Open 
Continental Terminals continues to operate with split shifts in both their office and warehouse staffs while still providing a full complement of services and capabilities. 


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Topics: Central America, Honduras, USA, North America, COVID-19, Risk: Green, Risk: Yellow