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TT Club warns of port security side effects due to Suez Canal blockage

The danger in the safety and security of the cargo at ports due to the expected port congestion caused by the Suez Canal blockage...

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...

Legal threat to Ever Given crew as charterers declare GA

Evergreen, the charterer of the 20,388TEU Ever Given, which ran aground in the Suez Canal last week has declared general average as the costs...

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...

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...

SCA seeks to head-off ships diverting via Cape of Good Hope

In an effort to keep container vessels transiting its waterway the Suez Canal Authority has cut its vessel transit rates, by up to 75%...
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