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Vessel diversions to avoid Suez curbed as canal reopens

Vessel operators are returning their ships to the standard rotations after many vessels were diverted via the Cape of Good Hope to avoid the Ever Given blockage of the Suez Canal, although some ships had already diverted to the Cape and will continue those journeys.

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