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Confirmation of Ever Given’s re-flotation

Technical manager Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement (BSM) has confirmed that the Ever Given has now been fully re-floated at approximately 15:00 hours local time. A full...

CU Lines expands overseas services and orders more ships

China United Lines (CU Lines) continued to push into overseas markets, launching services to Southeast Asia, Taiwan and Japan this month. The Chinese state-controlled liner...

Second Update: Ever Given salvage operation partially successful

Earlier reports that the Ever Given has been fully re-floated appear to have been a little premature as shipmanager Bernard Schulte Shipmanagment (BSM) confirms...

Updated: Salvage teams move Ever Given 5m

Salvage teams from the Suez Canal Authority (SCA) have said that they have successfully moved the bow of the stricken ship five metres as...

Salvors free stern of Ever Given

Hopes of re-floating the stranded 20,388TEU Ever Given following this weekend increased when salvage teams using Suez Canal tugs reportedly succeeded in freeing the...

Updated: Two more tugs coming for Ever Given salvage attempt

Ever Given’s technical manager Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement (BSM), has confirmed that two more tugs are arriving to assist with the next attempt to re-float...

Ever Given hit bank at 12kn

A spokesman for the Ever Given technical manager Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement (BSM), has said that a second attempt to re-float the ship was “delayed”...

New attempt to re-float Ever Given later today, as GSF warns of long-term effects

Ship operator Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement (BSM), technical manager of the 20,388TEU Ever Given has announced that it is intensifying its attempts to pull the...

Update: Suez high tides could see major attempts to free Ever Given Sunday to Tuesday

It has been confirmed that both Smit and Nippon Salvage have been appointed to help with the re-floating operation, with Smit experts expected to...

BSM denies reports of partial re-floatation of Ever Given

Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement (BSM) the technical manager of the stranded Ever Given has debunked reports that the vessel was partially afloat, following the ship’s...

Second update: Ever Given could block Suez Canal for days

Container shipping experts have said that it could be a "good while" before the Ever Given is freed from its position blocking the Suez...

CMA CGM and Hapag-Lloyd revise Asia rates

CMA CGM and Hapag-Lloyd have announced new charges from Asian ports to various destinations worldwide, effective from 1 April, following similar increases in North...

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