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SCA to bolster tug capacity, negotiating settlement in Ever Given incident

The Suez Canal Authority (SCA) has said it will increase the number and power of its tugboat fleet following the stranding of the 20,388TEU Ever Given at the end of March, which blocked the waterway for six days.

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