Hurricane Irma and business continuity

MIQ Logistics are implementing business continuity planning as Florida prepares for the possible landfall of Hurricane Irma.

Earlier today Florida Gov. Rick Scott activated an additional 900 members of the Florida Army and Air National Guard to immediately begin assisting with preparation for Hurricane Irma, which has been classified as an extremely dangerous and life-threatening Category 5 storm.

MIQ Miami and Doral will be closed as of 1:00 p.m. e.t. on Thursday Sept 7th, and remain closed through Sunday Sept 10th, or until it is verified that it is safe for our employees to return.1024px-Hurricane_Irma_Suomi_NPP-VIIRS_03092017

The MIQ team are standing by to receive your calls or inquiries regarding shipments in transit, rerouted, or still in the planning phase:

General cargo business that is typically handled by MIQ Global Miami or Doral will temporarily be handled by MIQ Global Atlanta.
Global Atlanta Ph#770-996-6930
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Project Logistics & LATAM business that is typically handled by MIQ Global Miami or MIQ Global Doral will temporarily be handled by MIQ Global Houston.
Global Houston Ph#281-219-1902
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Port Status and Closures:

At the time of writing the Port of Miami and MIA Miami International Airport have not ceased operations yet, but it is inevitable

MIQ will continue to monitor the situation and provide additional updates as they are available on our corporate site miq.com.