Kindly Reminder of the Landfall of No. 22 Typhoon Haima (2016)

2016.10.20
  • Dear Customers,

    According to weather forecast of the National Meteorological Center of CMA, the 2016 No. 22 typhoon Haima made its landfall along the coasts in the northeast of Luzon Island of the Philippines at 11:40 p.m. on September 19, 2016. From 8 a.m. on October 20 to 8 a.m. on October 21, scale 7-9 gale is forecasted in Bashi Channel, northeastern and central-eastern parts of the South China Sea, Taiwan Strait, Huangyan Island, Dongsha Islands, southern coastal areas of Taiwan, coastal areas of Fujian, and central-eastern coastal area of Guangdong. Scale 10-12 gale will happen in northeastern and central-eastern parts of the South China Sea, some areas of the Bashi Channel and eastern coastal areas of Guangdong, accompanied by scale 13-14 gust. Scale 13-15 gale will attack the waters and areas along the pathway of typhoon Haima.

    Affected by the Typhoon Haima, from October 21 to October 22, the transit time of mutual shipping between Guangdong Province or Jiangxi Province and the whole nation (including intra-province shipping) are adjusted as follows:

    Period Flow Type Transit Time Adjustment
    October 21 Hong Kong District, Macau District, Chaozhou City, Jieyang City, Shantou City and Shanwei City All types Pickup and delivery suspended
    October 21  Mutual shipping between Guangdong Province and the whole nation (including intra-province shipping) Intra-province (including intra-city) Additional 1 day required
    Mutual shipping between Guangdong Province and the whole nation  Additional 2 days required
    October 22 Mutual shipping between Guangdong Province and the whole nation (including intra-province shipping) All types Additional 1 day required
    Mutual shipping between Jiangxi Province and the whole nation (including intra-province shipping)

    We will pay close attention to the weather and properly allocate resources to complete pickup and delivery. We are sorry for the inconvenience caused. Please mind your travel safety if you are in regions affected by typhoon Haima.

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