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Poor quality fuel sees MSC vessel stall in the Pacific

MSC has reported its 13,000TEU container ship MSC Ariane has suffered an engine failure due to poor quality fuel, which has caused the vessel to stop at sea, on 2 April, while en route from the Port of Xiamen, China to the Port of Los Angeles, US.

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