All that is now preventing the giant containership Ever Given from leaving the Suez Canal is the order impounding it imposed by the Suez Canal Authority pending payment of its claim against
The Suez Canal Authority has now officially impounded the giant containership Ever Given under a lien issued yesterday by the Ismailia Economic Court. The order comes as the ship remains in the
The latest addition to the Suez Canal dredge fleet, the Mohab Mamish, was set to arrive at Port Said on board the heavy load carrier Xiang Rui Kou this evening. It is
Although the containership Ever Given was fortunately freed after less than a week of blocking the Suez Canal, BIMCO notes that the consequences for owners and operators due to the delays caused
In March, the maritime industry reached a full year of ongoing COVID-19 issues as it continued on recovery efforts. March also saw one of the largest ever disruptions to maritime trade as
Efforts to refloat Ever Given, the giant containership that has been blocking the channel since March 23, have succeeded. As we reported earlier, the ship had been partially refloated by this morning.
Hopes are that the Suez Canal can soon be fully open to traffic. Efforts to refloat Ever Given, the giant containership that has been blocking the channel since March 23, are starting
S&P Global Platts this morning reported Japan’s Shoei Kisen Kaisha, the owner of the Ever Given, as saying that it hoped that the giant ship could be refloated Saturday evening local time.
UPDATED: This morning, the Suez Canal remained blocked by the giant containership Ever Given, which remains wedged across the waterway, preventing the passage of canal traffic in both directions. The delays could
UPDATED: One of the world’s largest containerships, Evergreen’s 20,388 TEU Ever Given, got stuck in the Suez Canal March 23, blocking traffic in both directions. According to reports, at one time seven