The Port of Miami Terminal Operative Co. (POMTOC) announced on its website that two of its terminals will be temporarily closed due to low import volumes from blanks sailings.
POMTOC is comprised of three cargo terminals:
- Seaboard Marine – 305-863-4444
- South Florida Container Terminal – 305-347-3800
- Port Of Miami Terminal Operating Company – 305-533-8100
SFCT Gate will be CLOSED on Friday, March 20, 2020 due to low import container volume. Free time will be extended for all import containers.
SOUTH FLORIDA CONTAINER TERMINAL
NOTICE: POMTOC will be closed on Monday and Tuesday, 3/23/2020 and 3/24/2020 due to extremely low import volumes caused by blanked vessel sailings.
PORT OF MIAMI TERMINAL OPERATING COMPANY
Disruption to cargo is anticipated to be minimal as supporting operations remain open and functioning.
All Seaboard Marine office and cargo facilities, both in the United States and overseas, are open and functioning. Our vessel, terminal, and trucking/rail serves are operating normally to ensure the integrity of your supply chain. We are also aware that many Latin American countries have announced border closings and/or quarantined cities. But in each case thus far, the borders remain open for the transport of cargo and supplies with manageable delays. National leaders and municipal officials largely recognize the importance of international trade and supply chains. Further, government and customs officials, throughout the Seaboard network, are available for clearance of cargo.
SEABOARD MARINE TERMINALS, MARCH 19, 2020
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