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Unparalleled Ever Given cargo demands despite overstated SCA claim

The volume of claims resulting from the Ever Given incident is likely to be the largest of any accident according to industry sources with a little over 16,000 containers on board and each container needing to supply general average security.

However, the costs being sought by the Suez Canal Authority (SCA), currently US$1 billion according to reports in local media, are “expected to decrease substantially,” said an industry source.

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