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Advisory
Jan 24, 2022

Ports of Los Angeles & Long Beach Container Excess Dwell Fee - UPDATE

As a follow up to our previous Customer Advisories regarding the Ports of Los Angeles and Long
Beach. The Port of Los Angeles and the Port of Long Beach announced today that consideration of
the “Container Excess Dwell Fee” would be held off another week, until January 28th, 2022.
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Advisory
Jan 20, 2022

EC4: Madrid Bridge 016E/W as of 19th January

As per Customer Advisory dated January 13, 2022, MV Madrid Bridge, serving in our East Coast 4 (EC4) Service, suffered container collapse in the North Atlantic Ocean during transit to her next port of call in New York, USA.

The vessel is expected to arrive in Charleston on or around January 20, 2022 and to berth in Hugh K. Leatherman upon completing the necessary inspection and assessment of the vessel condition. The plan is to discharge all damaged units and Charleston imports during the vessel’s call in Charleston, subject to prevailing conditions.
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Advisory
Jan 17, 2022

Ports of Los Angeles & Long Beach Container Excess Dwell Fee - UPDATE

As a follow up to our previous Customer Advisories regarding the Ports of Los Angeles and Long
Beach. The Port of Los Angeles and the Port of Long Beach announced today that consideration of
the “Container Excess Dwell Fee” would be held off another week, until January 21st, 2022.
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Advisory
Jan 14, 2022

Intra Europe Trade – New Service – Sweden Shuttle (SES) & Poland Shuttle (PLS)

Dear Valued Customer,

Ocean Network Express (ONE) is pleased to announce the following additions to our extensive service network - Sweden Shuttle (SES) and Poland Shuttle (PLS). These 2 services will replace the current North Sea Poland Express (NPX).
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Advisory
Jan 13, 2022

EC4: Madrid Bridge 016E/W as of 13th January

As per Customer Advisory dated January 10, 2022, MV Madrid Bridge, serving in our
East Coast 4 (EC4) Service, suffered container collapse in the North Atlantic Ocean
during transit to her next port of call in New York, USA.

Based on initial investigations, it is estimated that approximately 60 units were
overboard, and 80 units were damaged. The numbers may be updated after further
investigations.

The vessel is currently proceeding towards the East Coast of the United States and, if
all goes well, will be calling in Charleston, for a detailed assessment of the vessel
condition and to discharge the affected containers.
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