MUMBAI – Sea

  • NHAVA SHEVA
  • JNPT: Normalized
  • NSICT: Normalized
  • GTI:  Normal
  • Congestion situation is prevailing at Singapore, Manila, Colombo and Tajung Pelepas- Malaysia.
  • Some FCL shipments were rolled over for next sailing in trans-shipment at Singapore
  • MSC direct service to Port Louis from Nhava Sheva running well with 13 days transit.
  • Heavy rains is causing operations some minor delays at port and CFS.

MUMBAI- Air

  • Situation normal
  • Monsoon has started in Mumbai area.  Airlines have made it mandatory to plastic shrink wrap packages to protect from getting wet.
  • Shippers have been advised regarding precautions that have to be taken.

DELHI – Sea Export

  • AT ICD Loni: Pendency of 3-4 days for railing to Mumbai port and 3-4 days to Mundra port
  • ICD FARIDABAD: Rail movement normal
  • CFS PATPARGANJ: Rail movement normal
  • ICD DADRI: Rail movement normal

A.    ICD: TUGHLAKABAD (TKD): TRUCKS taking more then 4-5 hours to off load
the cargo at Port [TKD ]
B.    TKD Port Authority no allowed more than 80 carting in a day

Delhi – Sea Import

  • From PIPAVA: Huge Congestion at port – Containers taking min 9-10 days i/o
  • 4-5 days to rail out for import shipments.
  • From PIPAVA- Some container rail out from Pipava on double Decor Train and
  • same getting delay 2 to 3 more days for arriving at New Delhi.
  • BEN  has stopped the service to TAMATAVE port for the time being

DELHI – Air
Normal

CHENNAI & TUTICORIN

Sea

  • TURICORIN : Normal
  • Congestion situation is prevailing at Singapore, Manila, Colombo and Tajung Pelepas, Malaysia.
  • Some FCL shipments were rolled over for next sailing in trans-shipment at Colombo
  • One NE-8 service (EVERGREEN/HANJING/ KLINE) for Europe vessel are going full space is very tight they will be issuing space First cum First basis.
  • Due to congestion in Chennai Port – long queue for container movement from CFS to Port  minimum taking 48 HRS.

CHENNAI & BANGALORE
Air

  • Situation normal
  • Monsoon has started in Chennai (South).  Airlines have made it mandatory to plastic shrink wrap packages to protect from getting wet.
  • Shippers have been advised regarding precautions that have to be taken.