Jebel Ali

General information

Name:
Jebel Ali
Country:
United Arab Emirates
UN/Locode:
AEJEA
Local time:
Vessels in port:
44
Expected Vessels:
75
Berths:
9
Coordinates:
N 25° 01' E 055° 02'

Vessels in port

Name
Type
Arrived
Cargo Ship
13.12. 16:01
Cargo Ship
13.12. 15:38
Cargo Ship
13.12. 15:23
Cargo Ship
13.12. 05:16
Cargo Ship
13.12. 04:13
Tanker
13.12. 04:09
Cargo Ship
13.12. 04:01
Cargo Ship
13.12. 03:55
Cargo Ship
13.12. 03:40
Cargo Ship
13.12. 00:37

Expected Vessels

Name
Type
Expected
Cargo Ship
13.12. 17:00
Tanker
13.12. 18:00
Cargo Ship
13.12. 19:00
Tanker
13.12. 19:15
Tanker
13.12. 21:00
Cargo Ship
13.12. 22:00
Cargo Ship
14.12. 01:00
Cargo Ship
14.12. 03:00
Cargo Ship
14.12. 04:00
Tanker
14.12. 05:00

Sailed Vessels

Name
Type
Sailed
Tanker
13.12. 14:20
Tanker
13.12. 13:53
Tanker
13.12. 12:31
Tanker
13.12. 12:15
Tanker
13.12. 11:53
Unclassified
13.12. 10:15
Cargo Ship
13.12. 09:47
Cargo Ship
13.12. 07:54
Cargo Ship
13.12. 07:43
Cargo Ship
13.12. 07:21

Latest news

Maersk Says It’s No Longer Able to Ship Qatar Bound Cargo from Jebel Ali

Wed Jun 07 13:55:09 CEST 2017 arnekiel

(Reuters) – Maersk, the world’s biggest container shipping line, can no longer transport goods in or out of Qatar after Arab countries imposed restrictions on trade with the tiny Gulf state, the company said on Tuesday. Shipping lines normally transship cargoes from the United Arab Emirates port of Jebel Ali to Qatar, which relies heavily on imports by sea and land. A Maersk Line spokesman said: “We have confirmation that we will not be able to move Qatar cargo in and out of Jebel Ali.” “We expect disruptions to our Qatar services. The situation is very fluid,” the spokesman said, adding that Maersk would notify customers about alternative options as soon as possible. http://gcaptain.com/maersk-says-its-no-longer-able-to-ship-qatar-bound-cargo/

JebelAli pilot says how crane collapse incident occured

Tue May 23 07:17:34 CEST 2017 arnekiel

A pilot with ‘extensive’ knowledge of berthing operations at DP World’s Jebel Ali Port has pointed blame at the terminal operator for the collapse of a quay crane earlier this month following a collision with a CMA CGM container ship. In a news story by Cruise Arabia & Africa, the source has cited DP World’s attitude towards hiring staff and training as the main reason for the accident. The marine pilot, who has not been named, also criticised the Container Terminal 1 basin design for making larger ships turn too sharply when trying to berth. The source said: “In that situation, you have two choices, either you go full astern and hope you stop in time, or you increase speed to get more headway.” They added that leaked CCTV footage of the accident seemed to show the ship powering through the turn in an attempt to help port control. https://www.porttechnology.org/news/details_jebel_ali_crane_collapse

DP World Statement About Incident At Jebel Ali Port

Mon May 08 23:42:30 CEST 2017 arnekiel

DP World confirms that an incident occurred on Thursday, 4 May at Jebel Ali Port, Terminal 1. While berthing, a CMA CGM container vessel collided with the harbour wall striking the leg of a quay crane causing it to fall. A second crane was also shifted off its rails during the incident but remained upright and stable. Our first priority is the safety and wellbeing of our employees and all visitors to the port. DP World’s terminal safety teams responded immediately to the incident and head office global safety teams joined them on site within five minutes. Working with external emergency response teams, the area was evacuated and an exclusion zone created. Safety drones were also deployed to survey the area, locate anyone in need of medical assistance and to ensure the safety of the responding crews. The incident resulted in one moderate and nine minor injuries, but thankfully no fatalities. Medical treatment for all minor injuries was received at the DP World Medical Clinic at the terminal, while the gentleman with the moderate injury, a fractured arm and leg, was taken to hospital and is currently in a stable condition. An investigation is currently underway to establish the cause of the incident. The collapsed quay crane will be removed following all necessary safety procedures once the investigation has been completed. The second crane is under assessment for structural integrity and not in use until further notice. All necessary measures were taken to minimise disruption of service to customers during the emergency response activation and in the subsequent investigation phase. We thank the CMA CGM crew, external emergency response services and the DP World safety and operations teams and who worked together, ensuring no serious injuries and no fatalities. Source: DP World

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