Japan ports update - wet bulk - 11th April
Our ports update has been abbreviated to show just those terminals where damage and or interruption has been reported. A spreadsheet listing the status of all terminals for which we have reports is attached to this update.
|Chiba||Open||Cosmo Oil (Main)||Refining under suspension / Cargo ops in working|
|Kashima||Open||Kashima Oil||Refining to resume around this summer / Cargo ops in working by coasters|
|Kashima||Open||Mitsubishi Chem||Plant in suspension / Expected to resume in late May|
|Kashima||Open||Shin-Etsu Chem||Shore facilities under restoration|
|Onahama||Open for limited vessels||Onahama Petroleum||Coaster berths partly operating|
|Sendai||Open||JXNOE||Refining expected to resume in 2012 summer / Cargo ops to resume around this summer|
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