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Are Covid economic pressures causing box stack collapses?

Over the last three months more than 3,000 containers have been lost or damaged due to stack collapses on vessels operating in the Pacific trades, investigations into the losses are ongoing, but there are suggestions from some in the industry that the vessels are overloaded.

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