US Ports – Winter Storm Update

Posted on Feb 19


Here is the latest information provided by Port Authorities (as of 8:45 am CST):

Port of Houston: Port Houston public terminals and truck offices will remain closed Friday morning, February 19. This includes the Bayport and Barbours Cut Container Terminals and Turning Basin Terminal. Cargo Bay Road and Ramp Road 6 will remain open at Turning Basin terminal for our stevedores and tenants. The port is continuing to monitor conditions and will communicate in the morning regarding a possible Thursday afternoon opening.

Port New Orleans: the port has not provided any operational updates or closure notifications.

Port Savannah: no operational restrictions advised.

Port Charleston: open and operating normally, including inland ports Greer and Dillon.

Port Wilmington: no operational restrictions advised.

Port Norfolk: no operational restrictions advised.

Port Philadelphia: Packer Avenue Marine Terminal, Southport Auto Terminal Complex, Piers 80 & 82 and Warehouses 74 & 78A will remain closed due to impending winter storm.

Port Baltimore: Seagirt Marine Terminal will be open today from 08:00 am – 04:45 pm and will be open on Saturday, 02/20/21, from 07:00 – 11:00.

Port New York/New Jersey: per the Port’s Twitter feed: APMT, Maher Terminals & PNCT will have a delayed opening at 08:00 today. RHCT Brooklyn & RHCT Newark will open regular time at 8:00 am. GCT Bayonne will be open at 8:00 am, appointments required. GCT NY will be open at 7:00.
On Saturday, 02/20/21, APM will be open from 6:00 am – 4:00 pm, Maher & PNCT will be open from 7:00 am – 3:00 pm. GCT Bayonne will be open from 6:00 am – 1:00 pm.

Port Boston: Conley Container Terminal remains open and operational. Conley Terminal will now operate from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM Monday through Friday until further notice.​ Vessel operations and terminal access are still in full operation.

Please contact your V. Alexander Customer Service Teams for further information about specific shipments that might be affected by the current weather situation.