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Suez induced port congestion set to hit terminals

More than 1.9 million TEU of capacity is currently on the water and heading to congested ports all over the world according to logistics information platform project44.

Following the Ever Given grounding in the Suez Canal at the end of March, up to 400 vessels, many of them container ships, heading both north and south were delayed by the blockage and are now arriving at the destinations at similar times, at ports which were already congested.

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