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By Editorial PortalPortuario.cl
Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) announced that the ship Cape Akritas will unload imports from the central zone in the Port of Valparaíso and not in San Antonio due to a current bad weather advisory for the latter port.
The ship, according to MarineTraffic, set sail this Friday from the Port of Callao; in Peru, and she is heading to the Port of Coronel, where she would land on February 2.
According to the MSC communication, the ship will arrive in Valparaíso on February 3
“We inform that due to bad weather forecast in San Antonio, the import from the central zone aboard the CAPE AKRITAS NX252A ship will be unloaded in Valparaíso, with an estimated arrival date of February 3. We appreciate considering that the units must be withdrawn from said port at the customer’s expense”, indicated the company.
“Once the role of the load in the system has been carried out, it will be confirmed via mail during the next week. The deadline for changing the warehouse will be January 31 until 12:30 p.m., free of charge in case of correction, through MSC GO in the responsibility letter module issued or in process, by clicking on the Change Port icon. Units without request through the portal will be manifested by default to the MEDLOG Valparaíso extra-port warehouse, and Zeal for IMO loads”, added the company in the note to its users.
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