Yemen

Yemen - Shipping Update (02 April 2017)

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Al Hudaydah Port:
6 vessels operational at port quaysides (commercial)
2 tanker vessel at anchorage (commercial)
13 vessels expected to call (10 commercial + three WFP charter vessels)

Al Saleef Port:
2 vessels operational at port quaysides (commercial)
5 vessels at anchorage (commercial)
4 vessels expected to call at Al Saleef Port (commercial)

Ras Issa (oil terminal in Red Sea):
1 vessel operational at port quaysides (commercial)
1 vessel at anchorage (commercial)
1 vessel expected to call at Ras Issa

Aden:
8 vessels operational at port quaysides (commercial)
7 vessels at anchorage (commercial)
5 vessels expected to call at Aden Port (2 commercial + three WFP charter vessels)

Situation at Al Hudaydah

  • Currently 6 vessels discharging at Al Hudaydah port totaling 92,304 mt (MoGas, wheat, flour, rice, cement and gas oil)

  • 13 vessels are expected totaling 123,909 mt (cement, steel, wheat, gas oil) and 520 containers

  • WFP Charter vessel MV Saint Fanouris is expected to arrive at Al Hudaydah port on 9-10 April to discharge 10,000 mt bulk wheat on board.

  • WFP Charter vessel MV Daytona Beach carrying 27,500 mt of bulk wheat is expected to arrive at Aden port on 9-10 April to discharge 4920 mt of bulk wheat, thereafter the vessel will proceed to Al Hudaydah to discharge the remaining 22,580 mt on board.

  • WFP Charter vessel MV AMBER L with 32,920 mt of bulk wheat is expected to arrive at Aden port on 13-14 April to discharge 20,000 mt bulk wheat and thereafter proceed to Al Hudaydah to discharge the remaining 12,920 mt on board.

  • WFP Charter vessel MV Moku Pahu carrying 30,000 mt of bulk wheat arrived at Djibouti anchorage and is expected to commence cargo transshipment to 2 lighter vessels heading to Al Hudaydah and arriving by mid and end April.