Published 16th August 2007, 10:4am
Due to the potential weather threat from tropical storm Dean, the Port Authority advises members of the public, who have cargo and vehicles at the distribution centre or warehouse, to collect these items.
A large shipment of vehicles arrived over the weekend and many of them are still un-collected.
Furthermore, customers who are expecting cargo to arrive by the four ships that are possibly arriving before Monday (20 August) should make arrangements to collect their cargo as soon as it becomes available.
The public is advised that Port Authority regulation 8 states that the Authority is not responsible for: "loss or damage to freight on or in its facilities by reason of fire, leakage, evaporation, natural shrinkage, wastage, decay, animals, rodents, moisture, the elements, discharge of water from sprinkler fire protection systems or from any other causes."
For more information contact Cayman Islands Port Authority Operations Manager Willem Jacobs on 949-2055 (main), 914-3755 (direct) or firstname.lastname@example.org.