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Updated: Evergreen seeks to free cargo as SCA impounds Ever Given

Taiwanese sources say that Evergreen, the charterer of the Japanese-owned Ever Given which ran aground in the Suez Canal on 23 March, is seeking to separate the cargo interests from the vessel owning interests, following the impounding of the ship by an Ismailia court.

If Evergreen’s move proves successful the cargo could be offloaded and delivered to consignees, according to the source.

An Evergreen statement read, "In accordance with information from UK P&I Club, the protection and indemnity insurer for the vessel [Ever Given], the shipowners received a claim from Suez Canal Authority (“SCA”) for the sum of US$916 million on 7 April, 2021, to cover losses during Ever Given’s grounding in the Suez Canal."

According to Evergreen the amount includes a US$300 million claim for a salvage bonus and a US$300 million claim for loss of reputation.

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