Footage circulating on Twitter and YouTube show the damage container ship Ever Given sustained after it ran aground in the Suez Canal back in March. Sal Mercogliano, Chair of the Department of History Criminal Justice and Political Science at Campbell University, says...
Container ship Ever Given has arrived at Qingdao, China. Here, the ship will undergo repairs for the damage it suffered while blocking the Suez Canal back in March. It is expected it will be at least three weeks before the ship sets sail again. This was reported by...
The Ever Given grounding the Suez Canal in March forms the inspiration for a new online game called Whatever. Players have to sail the ship through the canal to deliver its cargo on time and without getting stuck. The game was created by Solo Developer Napas Torteeka...
The Global Mercy, the new ship of Mercy Ships, has completed its journey through the Suez Canal en route to Antwerp. After a short courtesy visit in Malta, the ship is expected to dock in the Port of Antwerp on the weekend of 12 September. There, the ship will be...
Global towage operator Svitzer, which is owned by A.P. Moller – Maersk, is planning to extend its activities in the Suez Canal. To provide uninterrupted service via the waterway, the company will add two more tugboats to its fleet working Since late 2019, Svitzer has...
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