Hachinohe

General information

Name:
Hachinohe
Country:
Japan
UN/Locode:
JPHHE
Local time:
Moored Vessels:
32
Expected Vessels:
21
Berths:
4
Coordinates:
N 40° 33' E 141° 32'

Moored Vessels

Name
Type
Moored
Cargo Ship
30.09. 02:30
Passenger Ship
30.09. 06:20
Cargo Ship
30.09. 00:17
Pleasure Craft
29.09. 16:38
Fishing Vessel
29.09. 16:26
Unclassified
29.09. 23:17
Fishing Vessel
30.09. 09:24
Tugboat
30.09. 02:56
Fishing Vessel
30.09. 05:49
Pleasure Craft
29.09. 16:57

Expected Vessels

Name
Type
Expected
Cargo Ship
30.09. 18:00
Passenger Ship
30.09. 20:00
Tanker
30.09. 22:30
Passenger Ship
01.10. 06:45
Cargo Ship
01.10. 10:00
Tanker
01.10. 17:00
Cargo Ship
01.10. 19:00
Cargo Ship
02.10. 21:00
Cargo Ship
02.10. 23:00
Cargo Ship
03.10. 14:00

Sailed Vessels

Name
Type
Sailed
Tanker
30.09. 08:09
Tanker
30.09. 06:56
Passenger Ship
30.09. 06:07
Tanker
30.09. 04:42
Cargo Ship
30.09. 04:40
Passenger Ship
30.09. 01:50
Passenger Ship
29.09. 15:05
Tanker
29.09. 13:32
Passenger Ship
29.09. 10:38
Cargo Ship
29.09. 10:06

Latest news

Maersk resumes service to japanese ports Hachinohe and Sendai

Thu Jun 09 06:31:00 CEST 2011 arnekiel

Maersk Line, the world's largest container shipping firm, announced the partial resumption of services at two Japanese ports damaged by the catastrophic earthquake and tsunami that hit the northeastern part of the country on March 11, Journal of Commerce reports. The Port of Hachinohe in Aomori Prefecture and the Port of Sendai in Miyagi Prefecture, will resume partial services, Maersk K.K., Maersk Line’s Japanese subsidiary, said Monday. The three ports are all located on the Pacific coast of the Tohoku region, which bore the brunt of the disasters. Maersk Line’s services at the Port of Hachinohe and the Port of Sendai have been suspended “due to heavy damage to terminal facilities and barge and feeder service suspension caused by the huge earthquake and tsunami,” Maersk K.K. said in a press release.

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