Peru

COVID-19 Global Port Restrictions

CURRENT SITUATION ANALYSIS:

GENERAL INFORMATION:

  • All vessels must anchor first to be inspected by sanitary authorities and receive free platique.
  • Peruvians, resident foreigners, and non-resident foreigners, whose final destination is the peruvian territory, as a passenger and regardless of the country of origin, must certify having applied the first and second dose of vaccination against COVID-19 in Peru or abroad, and the third dose for those over 18 years of age who reside in the country and are authorized to receive it. Otherwise, they must have a negative molecular test (PCR) with a result date no more than 48 hours before boarding at their point of origin. 
  • In accordance with the regulations issued to date, it is permitted the entrance of international cruise vessels, passengers and crew to peruvian territory.
    Passenger disembarkation is subject to the current sanitary requirements for entrance (accreditation of vaccination or negative PCR test as appropriate).

SALAVERRY STI TERMINAL:

  • The berth 1 was under construction and will start to perform operations during mid June.

LA PAMPILLA MULTIBUOYS TERMINALS:

On January 31st, the government suspended Repsol’s operating license and consequently stopped all operations at La Pampilla Refinery due to its alleged responsibility in the oil spill, a situation that is still under investigation. Since March Thursday 10th, 2022, the Temporary Stoppage of Pampilla was lifted only for Multibuoys #1. Find below today’s line up for ref.

Line Up:

Terminal 1 – La Pampilla:
BT NORDIC BASEL (RENADSA), anchored in Callao Bay, will unload West Texas Light Crude (WTL).

Terminal 2 – La Pampilla:
NO OPERATIONS

Terminal 3 – La Pampilla:
NO OPERATIONS

Terminal 4 – La Pampilla:
NO OPERATIONS

CALLAO APM TERMINALS:

Please note that currently APMT is suffering a strong congestion on general cargo vessel due to the absence of stevedores. The gangs of stevedores is abt 2 vessel per shift and during weekends it can reach almost 1 per vessel per shift. This situation slow down the operations and increase the berthing waiting time.

TERMINAL STATUS:

Multibuoys Terminals        

  • Talara(PETROPERU): Normal operations. Currently closed due to heavy swell.
  • Bayovar(PETROPERU): Normal operations. 
  • Salaverry(TDP): Normal operations. 
  • Chimbote(TDP, COLPEX): Normal operations.
  • Supe(TDP, Paramonga, Quimpac): Normal operations. 
  • Callao (CONCHAN): Normal operations.
  • Callao (PAMPILLA): Only Multibuoys #1 Operative.
  • Pisco(CAMISEA, TDP): Normal operations. 
  • Mollendo(PETROPERU,MONTE AZUL): Normal operations. Currently closed due to heavy swell.
  • Ilo(PETROPERU, TABLONES SPCC, MARINE TRESLE): Normal operations. Currently closed due to heavy swell.

Cargo Pier Terminals

  • Paita(TPE): Normal operations. 
  • Pisco (TPP): Normal operations. 
  • Bayovar(Vale, JPQ): Normal operations.
  • Salaverry(STI): Normal operations.
  • Chimbote (SIDER/TPCH): Normal operations.
  • Callao DPW: Normal operations. 
  • Callao APMT: Normal operations. 
  • Matarani (TISUR): Normal operations. Currently closed due to heavy swell.
  • Ilo (SPCC/ENAPU/ENERSUR: Normal operations. Currently closed due to heavy swell.

Others

  • San Juan de Marcona: Normal operations. Currently closed due to heavy swell.
  • San Nicolas (Terminal of Shougan Hierro): Normal operations. Currently closed due to heavy swell.
  • Chancay (Blue Pacific Oil Tank): Normal operations. 
  • Callao (UNACEM): Normal operations. 
  • Pisco (Melchorita): Normal operations./ Currently closed due to heavy swell
MARITIME FORECAST REPORT:

The state of the sea along our coastline will present the following maritime forecast; The predictive horizon is until Thursday, May 26th:

a. North Coast: moderate southwesterly swells persist, decreasing to light from the afternoon of Sunday, May 22.
b. Central Coast: area from 08 to 12° South (localities between Salaverry to Callao) moderate southwest swell persists, decreasing to light as of the afternoon of Sunday, May 22; the area from 12 to 15° South (localities between Callao to San Juan) moderate southwest swell persists, decreasing to light as of the early morning of Tuesday, May 24.
c. South Coast: moderate southwesterly swells persist, decreasing to light as of the early morning of Tuesday, May 24.
  • Southwest swells would primarily affect areas with open or semi-open beaches facing southwest.
  • It is recommended that companies take the respective prevention and safety measures, in order to avoid accidents and/or personal and material damages.
  •  People who carry out port activities are urged to abide by the safety measures provided, in order to safeguard human life in areas of influence.

Disclaimer: As local conditions and regulations can change by the hour, before making any firm plans please contact Americas.Ops@waterfront-ms.com to give you the latest updates for individual countries.