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MSC vessel suffers deep gash after collision with pier in Turkey

The 2017-built MSC Tina crashed into a pier of Marport in Istanbul on 27 March, during its docking manoeuvre in Ambarli, according to Turkey's General Directorate of Maritime Affairs, with MSC confirming that its container ship has been briefly impacted by the collision incident while berthing at the port.

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