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Updated: Two more tugs coming for Ever Given salvage attempt

Ever Given’s technical manager Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement (BSM), has confirmed that two more tugs are arriving to assist with the next attempt to re-float the stranded vessel, while also confirming that the bow thruster room and forepeak spaces, as revealed in Container News today.

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