Update as of Monday, September 11, 2017 11:00
Irma has weakened into a Tropical Storm and is forecasted to track over the Florida panhandle then into Georgia and Alabama. Logistics operations are expected to continue to be impacted as the storm progresses over the South Atlantic and South Central states this week.
Click the links below to access port, airport, rail and trucking company specific updates.
The U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) has issued Yankee and Zulu (most severe) conditions for ports in Florida, Georgia and South Carolina. Learn more about USCG port conditions by clicking here.
Port of Miami – Closed until further notice.
Port Everglades – Closed until further notice.
JAXPORT – Closed through Tuesday, September 12.
Ports of Savannah & Brunswick – Closed through Tuesday, September 12.
Port of Charleston – Closed until further notice.
Miami International Airport – Closed
Tampa International Airport – No flights today.
Atlanta (Hartsfield-Jackson) International Airport – Open but flight cancellations will impact operations.
Charleston International Airport – Nearly all flights cancelled.
CSX – Shipments into the Miami area will experience delays. Intermodal traffic destined to FEC locations are temporarily discontinued until further notice.
Norfolk Southern – Freight embargoed in impacted area.
Some carriers do not have updates available on the web. Therefore, our team has compiled the latest operational information below.
|A. Duie Pyle||In anticipation of Hurricane Irma?s impact on Florida, our Partner, Southeastern Freight Lines (SEFL) is currently unable to pick up or deliver shipments serviced by their Jacksonville, Ocala, Tampa, Orlando, Ft. Myers, Miami, Ft Lauderdale and West Palm Beach service centers. Other operations may be impacted as cities respond to local and federal evacuations and as SEFL manages the safety of their employees. If you have freight moving to or from this region and have questions, please contact our Customer Service department at 1-800-523-5020.-523-5020.|
|AAA Cooper||Based on the current weather information and evacuation orders, the facilities listed below will remain closed today. Jacksonville, 32209; Ocala, 34474; Orlando, 32824; Tampa, 33637; Ft Myers, 33905; Ft Pierce, 34951; Pompano, 33069; Miami, 33178; Albany (GA) 31705; Dothan (AL) 36303; Tallahassee 32303; Savannah (GA) 31408. All of the Florida terminals have stopped accepting pickups. No freight will be moving into or out of Florida at this time.|
|ABF||No Freight going into Florida.|
|Averitt Express||Fort Myers, Miami, West Palm Beach, Savannah – CLOSED|
Orlando – OPEN with limited service
There will be no pickup and delivery services in Daytona, Daytona Beach, Rockledge, Edgewater, New Smyrna Beach, Melbourne, Melbourne Beach, Meritt Island, Vero Beach, Cocoa, Cocoa Beach, Sebastian, Palm Bay or Titusville.
|Bailey’s Express||Not a service area.|
|Bryan Truck Lines||Not a service area.|
|Central Freight Lines||Florida Terminals – CLOSED|
Freight to be held until storm clears.
|Central Transport||CLOSED: Savannah (GA), Tifton (GA), Jacksonville (FL), Tallahassee (FL), Orlando (FL), Miami (FL), Fort Lauderdale (FL), Tampa (FL), Fort Myers (FL) LIMITED OPERTAIONS: Columbia (SC), Charleston (SC), Augusta (GA), Mascum (GA), Columbus (GA)|
|Dayton Freight Lines||Our Partner, Southeastern Freight Lines has reported that the Puerto Rico Service Center is closed due to Hurricane Irma. Effective Thursday September, 7, an embargo is in effect for Miami, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach. Due to the severity of the storm, no pickups will be accepted for shipments that are destined for one of these service centers. Other SEFL operations may be impacted as cities respond to local and federal evacuations and as they manage the safety of their employees. If you have freight moving to or from this region and have questions, please contact Dayton Freight Lines Corporate Customer Service at 1.800.860.5102.|
|Dorhn Transfer Company||Not a service area.|
|Estes Express||Due to the size and strength of the storm, all pickups for freight destined for Florida are suspended. Any line-haul in or out of Florida has also been suspended. Service between Puerto Rico and the U.S. mainland is also suspended and will be off schedule for several weeks to come. For additional information regarding specific Puerto Rico shipments, please contact your local Estes terminal.|
|FedEx Freight||FedEx will be prepared to provide service to the best of our ability in areas affected by the storm and as local conditions allow. To help avoid delays, we encourage you to contact your recipients to verify whether their location is open or able to receive deliveries|
|Hercules Freight||Not a service area.|
|New England Motor Freight||Not a service area. No embargo on interline freight.|
|New Penn Motor Express||New Penn will continue to pick up and consolidate Puerto Rico shipments as normal. Shipping lanes out of New Jersey are open and we will be sailing as usual this weekend to Puerto Rico. Assessment of the situation in Puerto Rico will dictate delivery to the island. No further update provided.|
|Old Dominion||Please note that some areas are temporarily unable to be serviced due to severe weather conditions. If you have questions or concerns please contact Customer Service at 1-800-235-5569. Visit the Old Dominion website for zip codes currently impacted.|
|PACE||Not a service area.|
|Pitt Ohio||Interlining to Averitt.|
|R&L Carriers||Embargo on all freight in and out of Florida and surrounding major markets.|
Areas of impacted service due to Hurricane Irma (Includes all surrounding major markets): Ft. Myers (FL); Ft.Pierce (FL); Lakeland (FL); Miami (FL); Jacksonville (FL); Yamessee (SC); Columbia (SC); Lumberton (NC)
|Rist Transport||Not a service area.|
|Roadrunner||Not picking up freight or making deliveries for shipments serviced by Miami, Orlando and Jacksonville. Terminals are closed until further notice. Please be advised that linehaul, pickups and deliveries in these areas are all impacted causing delays.|
|Ross||Not a service area|
|SAIA||Fort Myers, Miami and West Palm Beach terminals are closed and due to the mandatory evacuations, freight is embargoed. |
The following terminals will only make deliveries and there will be no pick-ups today: Jacksonville, Ocala, Orlando, Tallahassee, Tampa and Savannah.
|Severence||Not a service area.|
|South Eastern Freight Lines||Due to the mandatory evacuations in Florida, we are currently unable to pick up or deliver shipments serviced by Fort Myers, Fort Lauderdale, Jacksonville, Miami, Ocala, Orlando, Puerto Rico, Tampa and West Palm Beach. We will be evaluating these service areas daily and making adjustments to the service points.|
|UPS||Service has been suspended in areas of several southeastern states. There will be no pickups or deliveries in most areas of Florida on Monday along with areas of Georgia and South Carolina.|
|US Freightways||No freight going into Florida.|
|Volpe||Not a service area.|
|Volunteer||Not a service area.|
|Ward||The current embargoed locations include Fort Lauderdale, Fort Myers, Jacksonville, Miami, Ocala, Orlando, Tampa, West Palm Beach, and Puerto Rico. We will continue to monitor the situation and provide further information as available.|
|YRC||ALBANY, GA 418 Terminal Closed|
CHARLESTON (NORTH CHARLESTON, SC) 688 Terminal Closed
COLUMBIA, SC 683 Terminal Closed
FLORENCE, SC 695 Terminal Closed
FORT MYERS, FL 728 Terminal Closed
GUAYNABO, PR 700 Terminal Closed
JACKSONVILLE, FL 730 Terminal Closed
TAMPA,FL 754 Terminal Closed
VALDOSTA (LAKE PARK, GA) 705 Terminal Closed
Our team’s thoughts are with all that have been impacted by Harvey and Irma.