Ports Operation During Curfew In Thailand

By Joseph R. Fonseca
Saturday, May 24, 2014
Port of Thailand

 

All ports in Thailand are operating as normal during the nationwide curfew that was introduced yesterday (22 May). Individuals may not leave the port compounds during the curfew period from 22:00 to 05:00 hours daily.

 
The following are exempt from the curfew restrictions:
- Travelers entering or exiting the country.
- Workers on shift duties at factories, hospitals, airlines, etc.
- Transportation of sensitive goods, cold storage factory, import & export of short life cycle and sensitive products.
- Individuals conducting essential business, such as patients – such persons must obtain permission from the military authority in charge of the respective area(s).
 
Any operations that meet the above exception criteria will continue as normal.
 
However, there may be some delays or disruption to operations in general as a result of the current situation in Thailand.
 
The curfew will remain in force until further notice.
 
For information about operations in Thailand contact GAC Thailand at
shipping.thailand@gac.com
 

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