I think you can ignore the Provenance field on ShipFix. For Siem Confucius it still says someplace in the Azores, even as it’s approaching Halifax.
This is a good link, thanks for posting. If Bishu Highway is due in Davisville on the 29th, it needs to leave Emden around Thursday. The logistic guide given to dealers says 3-5 days to get to Emden, but I've read here that the train ride from the plant to Emden is around 13 hrs, so keep your fingers crossed. I wouldn't give up hope if you don't make the Bishu. Aristotle is headed back to Emden and it's not listed on the schedule you posted. Every ship doesn't stop at every port, but a lot of them stop at Davisville. I see a lot of VAG vehicles driving around in MA, so it seems to back that up. 🤪So it appears Bishu Highway is about to dock at Emden in the next day, and according to this schedule ( Davisville Berthing Schedule – NORAD Inc. ) is due to Davisville, RI on 9/29. I got my "left the factory" email on Saturday so fingers crossed the car makes it onto this boat since I'm taking delivery in Maine. Not sure travel time from plant to Emden, but I'm hoping I make it as I don't see another date on the current Davisville caneldar that indicates VW/Audi units coming from Ger - only a few Mex ones (assuming i'm reading all this right)
Yeah - I've seen that. I think that's broad strokes for dealers to give high level estimates without knowing where boats are, when cars leave factory, etc. I feel like knowing that my car left the factory within a few days before a ship leaving port to head to my destination hopefully means they're planning to make sure certain cars are prioritized to in production to optimize supply chain vs. just making cars in the order they came in then having to pay for them to sit here/there and wherever taking up space. You'd think a global car manufacturer would have that nailed down to minimize storage costs & maximize efficiency... but then again, who knows - some people seem to wind up sitting for long periods after "leaving the factory".According to this from VW its 3-5 days at the factory and then 7-10 days at emden:
I have a locked order for an AWD Pro S with an estimated delivery date of Nov - Dec. My status is listed as "03" and no longer shows the usual XX-X status codes that folks have been reporting in this tread. Is anyone else seeing this status code and does
Curious if this is fast or slow and what we can read into it? It doesn't seem like an outlier for recent past stops but I can't see enough history to make any kind of meaningful conclusion.Siem Confucius left Halifax at 1:00pm today, 14-Sept, heading for Davisville, ETA 16-Sept 09:30. Only 7 hrs in port at Halifax.
A bit on the fast side, but at the end of the day the length of time the ship stays in port depends on how many cars need to get offloaded. You can sort of tell something by how the draught changes when the ship leaves port - it obviously gets lighter, and it rides higher in the water.Curious if this is fast or slow and what we can read into it? It doesn't seem like an outlier for recent past stops but I can't see enough history to make any kind of meaningful conclusion.