In light of ongoing 'go-slow' disruption at the Port of Rotterdam, Sealand would like to inform customers that SLB services will no longer call Rotterdam and will instead divert to the Port of Antwerp for load and discharge.

The affected vessels are:

Lyme Bay 250S
Nysted Maersk 251S
Maersk Brownsville 252S
AS Camellia 301S
Lyme Bay 302S

The decision has been made in order to alleviate pressure on the network and ensure schedule integrity going forwards, allowing us to keep customer supply chains moving as efficiently as possible.

Port-to-port bookings will terminate at Antwerp, which means customers will need to source alternative transport to reach intended final destinations. We understand this is disappointing, but the situation at Rotterdam means calling the port would have led to a substantial delay for both unloading cargo and indeed the next SLB services.

Store-door bookings will be delivered to the final destination as planned, while exports will be diverted to Antwerp for direct loading.

The situation is changing rapidly, but we are doing all in our power to minimise disruption to customers and will keep you updated with the latest developments as soon as possible.

Your partnership remains of the utmost importance to us and if you have any questions at all, please don’t hesitate to reach out to your local Customer Experience representative. Thank you for your trust and understanding.

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