KAG Provides Friday Update on Tropical Storm Fay

Posted on: August 6, 2013

North Canton, OH August 22, 2008 – Kenan Advantage Group (KAG) today announced an update on Tropical Storm Fay as of Friday. The center of the storm was just west of Gainesville at 8 a.m. Friday, moving westward at 6 mph, the National Hurricane Center said. Sustained winds have decreased to 45 mph. Fay is expected to weaken and move near or over the Florida Panhandle coast Friday night and Saturday, forecasters said.

The following is an update on loading rack activity in the Florida areas affected by the storm as of 12 noon EDT on Friday, August 22:

Port Everglades Loading Rack
Resumed Normal Operations

Cape Canaveral Loading Rack
Racks are open to truck traffic and boat traffic
Close to Normal Operations

Jacksonville Loading Rack
Some supply / allocation issues

Tampa Loading Rack
Resumed Normal Operations

Taft Loading Rack
Resumed Normal Operations

Kenan Advantage Group and its subsidiaries, Kenan Transport Company and Petro-Chemical Transport, are traveling to all areas with no restrictions at this time. We will continue to provide daily updates. If you have any additional questions, please contact your local Terminal Manager or Tony Moenich, Regional Manager, at (954) 658-1349.

Kenan Advantage Group operates nationwide through its subsidiaries: Advantage Tank Lines, BXI, KAG West, Kenan Transport, Klemm Tank Lines, North Canton Transfer, Petro-Chemical Transport and Transport Service Co. KAG’s fleet consists of more than 3,100 power units and 4,100 trailers. KAG also provides specialized supply chain logistics services through KAG Logistics and KAG Ethanol Logistics (www.kaglogistics.com).

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