The container ship Ever Given, which blocked the Suez Canal in March, arrived in the port of Rotterdam early Thursday morning. The ship is expected to remain in Rotterdam until early August to unload and load containers. After that, it will leave for Felixstowe,...
Ship operator X-Press Feeders has made an initial payment to the Sri Lankan government to help compensate those affected by the consequences of the fire and sinking of the X-Press Pearl. Through the vessel owner’s P&I insurers, USD 3.6 million was transferred....
Container ship Ever Given is now on its way to Rotterdam. According to the website Vesselfinder, the ship, which blocked the Suez Canal for almost a week in March, is leaving Port Saïd. Last Wednesday, the Ever Given completed its journey through the Suez Canal, after...
540 million dollars and a new tugboat. That’s what the Suez Canal Authority will receive by way of compensation for the damage allegedly caused by the grounding of the Ever Given, says the Middle East News Agency. The container ship left the Suez Canal just...
The insurers of the Ever Given have reached an agreement in principle with the Suez Canal Authority on the release of the vessel. The ship that blocked the Suez Canal for six days in March has now been detained there for three months. The main insurer, the UK P&I...
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