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Dear Valued Customer:


Tropical Storm Olivia-Hawaii


The USCG (United States Coast Guard) and Hawaii State Department of Transportation have reopened all Hawaiian ports.



Vessel Schedule Update



Matsonia V613W

Vessel arrived in Port-Wednesday night 9/12

Mokihana V380W

Vessel arrived in Port-Wednesday night 9/12

Kauai V006W

In transit to Honolulu and on schedule to arrive Saturday 9/15

Outer Island Barges

Columbia V837A

Barge will be arriving in Kawaihae this morning 9/13

Haleakala V837B

Barge will be arriving in Kahului today 9/13


We will be pulling containers from all ports first thing Thursday morning and scheduling deliveries.  We estimate that due to the storm, it may take us two days to process deliveries.

We will be unloading cargo from all vessels, based on container availability, as released by the ports. We plan on being fully caught up by Friday afternoon for Honolulu, and Monday for the Outer Islands.


Hurricane Florence-The Carolina’s

Hurricane Florence is now affecting the East Coast, primarily South Carolina, North Carolina, and Virginia. Flooding is expected due to heavy rainfall, along with damaging hurricane-force winds and the related storm surge.

Please be aware that in some instances trucking services in and out of the affected areas, as well as the surrounding areas, will experience delays of up to a week or greater, depending on the damages to major highways and roads.


Super Typhoon Mangkhut-Guam and Hong Kong


The storm has passed through Guam. The terminal is now open for business as usual. All power has been restored.

The Maunawili 165W is now estimated to arrive Thursday, September 13, 2018. This could change -the Port Authorities make operational decisions based on a variety of factors impacting the port.

Deliveries that were originally scheduled for this past Monday are now being made.


Hong Kong-

Super Typhoon Mangkhut is now over the Western Pacific and will enter the South China Sea this Saturday, September 15. The storm is expected to make landfall, September 16th or 17th, and is forecasted to bring heavy rainfall and strong winds.

Our DGX-Hong Kong office may be closed Monday, September 17.  The forecast of the pending typhoon will determine if the office will be open.  We will update you as the condition of the typhoon becomes more defined.


Should you have additional questions please contact your local representative or Customer Service at our corporate office at 1-800-488-4888 or 1-310-537-2000, Ext. 2020.

Thank you for your understanding with respect to the above.  We will take all steps possible to minimize delays.

Thank you for your business-we appreciate it!