September 13, 2017
Hurricane Irma Update
Hurricane Irma has now passed the Jacksonville area and although the immediate threat of the storm has subsided most of the Jacksonville area is without power, some areas have experienced severe flooding and many families in the area have been affected by the storm. All employees have reported in as safe and early assessments of terminals and facilities have reported minimal damage.
We extend our sincere appreciation for the patience, thoughts and prayers received from customers and vendors for the safety of our Trailer Bridge family throughout the duration of Hurricane Irma and as we begin to set business operations back into motion today.
Detailed voyage and gate schedules can be found below, we will continue to provide updates throughout the week as conditions change.
San Juan Terminal and Offices: All offices and terminals in San Juan are fully operational for normal business hours.
Jacksonville Terminal and Offices: All offices and terminals in Jacksonville are fully operational for normal business hours.
San Juan JAX Bridge
(NB) Voyage 20356: Departed San Juan at 12 noon 9/8 and is expected to arrive in Jacksonville by Thursday 9/14 for Southbound RORO operations for Voyage 10358.
(SB) Voyage 3999: Departed Jacksonville on 9/1. This voyage continues on its southern route south of Cuba to avoid the storm track. Current ETA into Puerto Rico is Tuesday 9/12 0400, cargo operations will begin 0700 and is expected to return to Jacksonville by Monday 9/18 as Voyage 4999.
JAX San Juan Bridge
(SB) Voyage 10357: US Coast Guard provided approval to sail yesterday evening, barge and crew safely departed Jacksonville approximately 1800 on 9/12 and is scheduled to arrive San Juan on Monday 9/18 for cargo operations.
(SB) Voyage 30357: Cargo operations have been tentatively set for 0800 Wednesday 9/13, voyage will depart by 1800 and is expected to arrive in San Juan by Wednesday 9/19.
Brooklyn Bridge has been activated to return to service after the storm has passed to maintain vessel schedule integrity. Further details regarding departure schedule will be advised as soon as available.
On standby, available for departure from Jacksonville, FL as needed.
Santo Domingo Service: Service has been restored to normal vessel operations and schedules.
Rail services remain curtailed at this time with cargo embargoed at origin rail points where no cargo will be accepted destined into the Jacksonville, FL area. We expect this embargo to be lifted early this week for normal rail operations. Further updates will be provided as we are advised.
Contact Customer Service – Account Management at 1-800-727-3859