Japan Ports: Typhoon Jebi May Impact 84 Container Vessels

September 5, 2018 By Yasumori Jinno, CargoSmart Global Vessel Voyage Monitoring Center
Typhoon Jebi was the strongest storm to come ashore in Japan in 25 years and caused disruptions to operations at ports such as Kobe, Nagoya and Osaka. Vessels that are scheduled to berth at Kobe, Nagoya and Osaka over the next few days may be affected. We are monitoring the situation and the impact on the schedules of vessels heading to these three ports.

The following 84 container vessels that are heading to Kobe, Nagoya and Osaka Ports with an original estimated time of arrival on September 4 to 6 may be affected:

*Vessels heading to multiple affected ports

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