Happy Independence Day! We hope everyone has a wonderful holiday.

This holiday week does wreak havoc on container flows.  With terminal closures on the 4th and 5th, the remainder of the week is especially congested and filters into the week, and weeks, following the holiday.

Here is a recap of the terminals’ holiday schedules:

TerminalJuly 4 1st ShiftJuly 4 2nd ShiftJuly 5 1st ShiftJuly 5 2nd Shift
EverportClosedn/aClosedn/a
MatsonOpenOpenClosedClosed
OICTClosedOpenClosedClosed
TraPac*ClosedClosedClosed

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* Only ONE and limited to export receiving and empty in/empty out.

Devine’s offices will be closed on July 4th in observance of Independence Day.  Our drivers will also be off that day to enjoy the holiday with their families and avoid the holiday “revelers” on the roadways.

Please be safe out there!

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