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Update 6 – Hurricane Irma – Florida, Georgia and U.S. Coastal Areas

(Miami, FL 09/15) We would like to update our network partners and customers on the recent developments in the USA.

While the recovery and cleanup efforts are far from over in the state of Florida, I am pleased to advise that we have resumed full operations in the Miami and Orlando Schenker facilities.

I also wanted to provide one last update on the local situation status at the Miami airport and South Florida ports.

For ocean freight cargo please note:
Operations are back to normal in Port Miami and Port Everglades

For air freight cargo please note:
Passenger and cargo flights at Miami International Airport continue to increase toward a full daily schedule. Full flight operations by all airlines are expected early next week.

We truly appreciate all the well wishes and support received from each of you, valued customer.

Mabel Rodriguez
Branch Manager