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Two vessels re-enter service after engine failures

Following engine failures on both the MSC Ariane and Maersk Eureka the two vessels are back in service with the Maersk Eureka already having been repaired and is now berthed in the Port of Long Beach, while Maersk Ariane is expected to leave Japan after taking on fuel.

MSC Ariane, which operates on the 2M Alliance’s TP6/Pearl service suffered an engine failure from what was described as a “poor fuel quality”.

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