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Weather Update: Hurricane Beryl Impact

Power outages, flooding, and transportation disruptions impact Houston following Hurricane Beryl's landfall.

Hurricane Beryl

Hurricane Beryl made landfall on Monday, July 8th in Houston, Texas as a category 1 hurricane. Power outages, flooding and roadway conditions were the most significant issues leading to port and airline closures and delays.

Closures and Delays

  • Houston Airports: As of 7:00 p.m. on July 8th, operations have been restored at George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) and William P. Hobby Airport (HOU). Despite this, delays and cancellations remain possible as some facilities are still without power and are not accepting or distributing cargo.
  • Port of Houston: The port remains closed as of July 9th. Damage assessments and repairs are underway to determine if there will be further disruptions to operations on Wednesday, July 10th.

DSV Operations

DSV staff in Houston will be available to our clients through normal communication channels. Please note that actual office locations may be closed, and there may be some delays in responses due to ongoing recovery efforts. Power is expected to be restored back tomorrow, July 10th, at the earliest. We are committed to resuming normal operations as swiftly and safely as possible.

We will continue to monitor updates regarding affected ports and airlines. If you have any further questions or concerns, please reach out to your local DSV representative.

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