イスラエル:最新港湾情報

UK P&Iクラブは、イスラエルとハマスとの戦闘状況に伴い変動するイスラエル港湾情報を、現地コレスポンデンツから情報を入手次第、お伝えいたします。

The UK P&I Club received the following updates from Club correspondent M. Dizengoff P&I Representative Ltd, and local correspondent Harpaz P&I regarding the port situation in Israel.

Update - 9th February

2月9日の時点で、イスラエルのすべての港において稼働中となっております。一方で、エイラット港は紅海に面しており、フーシ派武装勢力により船舶が危険にさらされる可能性があるため注意が必要です。

All Israeli ports are safe and operating regularly. However, care should be taken at Eilat port due to its location on the Red Sea and the risk of vessels being attached by Houthi militants.

Update - 15th January

1月15日の時点で、アシュケロン港とハデラ港は稼働しています。ハイファ港とアシュドット港は稼働していますが、危険物("HAZMAT")を輸送する船舶に対する入港を制限しています。エイラット港は稼働中ですが、紅海の情勢により寄港する船舶の数は制限されています。

Ashkelon

The port is now operating as normal. 

Haifa and Ashdod

Both ports are operating as usual. There are some restrictions in place for vessels carrying hazardous materials (HAZMAT). 

Hadera

Operating as normal.

Eilat

Due to the latest developments in the Red Sea, there are a limited number of ships calling at this port, but this port is operating as normal.

Update - 11th January

1月11日の時点で、イスラエルのすべての港において安全な状態であり、通常通り稼働中となっております。

All ports are safe and continue to operate as normal. 

Update - 1st January 2024

1月1日の時点で、イスラエルのすべての港において稼働中となっております。

All Israeli ports continue to operate as normal. 

Update - 6th December

12月6日の時点で、イスラエルのすべての港において稼働中となっております。しかし、アシュケロン港のオイルターミナルは公式には「稼働中」となっていますが、状況は日々変化しており、入出港は海軍の判断に委ねられています。

All ports are operating as normal. However, Ashkelon oil jetty is officially working, but it is subject to the navy's decision whether to allow vessels to enter (depending on the security situation at the given time).

Update - 30th November

11月30日の時点で、イスラエルのすべての港において稼働中となっております。ハマスとの停戦協定は2023年12月1日までさらに2日間延長される可能性があります。

All Israeli ports continue to operate as usual. It is possible the ceasefire deal with Hamas could be extended for a further two days until 1st December 2023.

Update - 22nd November

11月22日の時点で、イスラエルのすべての港において通常通り稼働中していますが、アシュドット港とハイファ港の両港は危険物の持ち込みを制限し、緊急時にのみ稼働している状況です。11月21日、イスラエル政府はハマスとの4日間の停戦協定(11月23日から11月26日まで)を承認しました。

All Israeli ports are operating as usual although both Ashdod and Haifa are operating on an emergency basis, with restrictions on dangerous materials. On 21st November, the Government of Israel approved a ceasefire deal with Hamas for four days, starting from 23rd up to and including 26th November 2023. 

Update - 7th November

11月7日の時点で、イスラエルのすべての港において稼働中となっております。

All ports are currently operational. 

Update - 18th October

10月18日の時点で、アシュドット港は緊急事態規則の下で稼働しております。絶えずロケット弾攻撃を受けていますが、アシュケロン港ほどではありません。アシュケロン港のオイルターミナルは絶えずロケット弾攻撃を受けています。公式には「稼働中」となっていますが、実際は閉鎖されており、入出港の際は海軍と手続きを行う必要があります。なお、ハイファ港、ハデラ港、エイラット港は引き続き稼働中です。

Ashdod

Operational but working under emergency regulations. The Ashdod area is constantly being attacked by rockets, less than Ashkelon, but still quite frequently.

Haifa (includes Haifa Bay port and Israel shipyard port)

Safe port and working regularly.

Ashkelon

Oil jetty is under constant rocket attacks. Whilst it is officially 'open', it is practically closed and vessels are required to arrange their arrival/entrance to the port with the navy.

Hadera

Safe port and working regularly.

Eilat

Safe port and working regularly.

Update - 16th October

10月16日の時点で、アシュドット港は稼働していますが、危険物("HAZMAT")を輸送する船舶に対する入港制限は依然継続中です。戦闘地域に近いオイルターミナルであるアシュケロン港は稼働しておらず、海上ブイに係留している船舶のみ荷揚げ可能ですが、状況は日々変化しています。なお、ハイファ港、ハデラ港、エイラット港は稼働中です。

Ashdod - see download below

The port is currently operational (the current restriction on vessel's carrying Hazardous Materials ("HAZMAT") is still valid).

Haifa (includes Haifa Bay port and Israel shipyard port) - see download below

The port is open and currently operational.

Ashkelon

Vessels are able to discharge cargo but only whilst moored at sea buoys. The port is not operating as usual and decision for moored vessels are taken on the basis of the security situation, which can change daily. 

Hadera

The port is open and currently operational. 

Eilat

The port is open and currently operational. 

 

Update - 11th October

イスラエルの現地コレスポンデンツによりますと、パレスチナの過激派グループ、ハマスとの戦闘は主にイスラエル南部で行われています。10月11日の時点で、アシュドット港はミサイル攻撃を受け、緊急時にのみ稼働している状況です。戦闘地域に近いオイルターミナルであるアシュケロン港は絶えずミサイル攻撃を受けており、海軍は船舶の入港制限をしています。ただし一部の船舶は海上ブイに係留し荷揚げしていますが、状況は日々変化しています。

Ashdod

The port is located 50km from the Gaza border and it has been attacked by missiles. Whilst it is currently operational, it is working on an emergency basis only. 

Haifa (includes Haifa Bay port and Israel shipyard port)

The port is located about 200km from the border and is currently operational.

Ashkelon

The port is located 15km from Gaza border. It is an oil port for tankers and it has been constantly attacked by missiles. The navy are restricting vessels entering the jetty. However, some vessels have discharged cargo whilst moored at sea buoys. Any decisions concerning moored vessels are taken on the basis of the security situation, which can change daily.

Hadera

The port is located 100km from the border and it is a coal port. It currently remains operational. 

Eilat 

The port is in the Southern Israel. It serves the export of fertilisers and the import of cars from the Far East. It is not affected by the war and is operating as usual.

 

Update - 9th October

The government of Israel has declared a state of war against Palestinian militant group Hamas. The majority of the fighting is currently taking place in the southern part of Israel and the ports of Ashdod and Ashkelon are not far away from this area.

Port Information:

  • Ashdod port is currently operating on an "Emergency Mode" status. 
  • The port of Haifa which also includes the Haifa Bay port and Israel shipyard port is operating as usual. 
  • The port of Ashkelon (used mostly by tankers) is not operating. 
  • The port of Hadera (used mostly by bulk carriers) is operating as usual. 
  • The Israeli Navy control all of the sea traffic in all areas around and near the port of Ashdod and Ashkelon.

  • A message issued on 7th October 2023 by Ashdod port authorities, relating to vessel's carried hazardous material (HAZMAT).

QUOTE:

To: Shipping Agents

Subject: Entry of Vessels with Hazardous Materials to Ashdod Port – Temporary Procedure

  1. Following an announcement about "special situation in the hinterland" in the geographical area in which Ashdod Port is included, the Ministry of Transportation has directed the port to regulate the entry of vessels according to the hereby procedure:

  2. Entry of vessels carrying Hazardous Materials ("HAZMAT") of any kind into Ashdod Port, is subject to a prior approval of Israel's Administration of Shipping and Ports.

  3. Please note that according to the directives of the Home Front Command, entry of vessels carrying HAZMAT of class classification groups: 1, 2.1, 2.3, as well as substances appearing in the table in the link below, will not be allowed: https://tinyurl.com/UNgroup0523

  4. Shipping agents are required to send detailed list of all HAZMAT of any type on vessels scheduled to arrive at the port of Ashdod, 48 hours prior its arrival at the port. The above applies to both container ships and general and bulk cargo ships.

  5. The list should include 3 reports: import, export and transit of HAZMAT.

  6. The list must be send to the control room of the TOS unit, by email:

    bakara-room@ashdodport.co.il

    You must verify the receiving of the list at the TOS unit, at phone +972-8-8517103/247.

  7. Failure to transfer the list on time may cause a delay in the vessel's entry into the port.

  8. The Shipping Agents are required to be in contact with port's planning unit, in order to receive information about the approval of vessels to call the port.

  9. The application of this instruction is immediate until further notice.

UNQUOTE

The Club will continue to monitor this situation very closely. 

Neil Beckwith

Correspondent Manager/Claims Director

Date2024/02/12