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UNVIM Situation Analysis – July 2021

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Food and Fuel Discharged in July 2021

  • In July 2021, there was a decrease of 5% in food discharged compared to the 2020 average and a 1% increase compared to the UNVIM monthly average since May 2016, or 292,702 metric tonnes (t) compared to 308,746 t and 289,151 t, respectively.

  • During the reporting period, there was a 77% (33,466 t) decrease in fuel discharged compared to the 2020 average (142,221 t) and a 76% decrease compared to the monthly average (141,562 t) since May 2016.

Food and Fuel Vessel Delays in July 2021

  • In July 2021, food vessels spent an average of 2.4 days in the Coalition holding area (CHA); 2.9 days at anchorage; and 6.8 days at berth, compared to an average of 3.5 days in the CHA; 19 days at anchorage; and 9.3 days at berth in July 2020. Vessels spent 31% less time in the CHA, 85% and 27% less time at anchorage and berth respectively, compared to July 2020.

  • In July 2021, 15 food vessels proceeded from the CHA to anchorage; 14 berthed; and 12 discharged their cargo and sailed.

  • In July 2021, the average time spent by fuel vessels in the CHA was 60.5 days compared to an average of 17.4 days in 2019, or a 248% increase. In 2020, fuel vessels spent an average of 82.6 days and 83 days in July 2020 in the CHA, or a 26% and a 27% decrease, respectively.

  • Three (03) fuel vessels were permitted from the CHA to the anchorage area, two (02) vessels berthed and sailed in July 2021, and one (01) vessel partially discharged its cargo.