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The Japanese company, Choi Kisen, which owns a container ship that was stuck in the Suez Canal, apologized today, Thursday, and said it is working to resolve the situation.
The Japanese company, Choi Kisen, said in a statement that the ship’s stranding did not result in injuries or oil leakage.
Yesterday, the Suez Canal resumed ship traffic again, after a partial resumption of a giant container ship..
The Gulf Agency Egypt Ltd. Verse. “Traffic is expected to resume soon on the fastest shipping route from Europe to Asia.
Yesterday, reports stated that 8 locomotives, most notably the “Barakah 1” locomotive, with a tensile strength of 160 tons, along with excavators, worked to re-float the giant container carrier, which is 400 meters long and 59 meters wide..
The relevant agencies said, earlier, that they reopened the old canal in order to divert traffic to it, and the Suez Canal Authority clarified, in a statement, that the “Evergiven” ship, with a tonnage of 224,000 tons, ran aground yesterday morning, and this is what «It is mainly due to the lack of visibility resulting from the bad weather due to the country’s passing through a dust storm, which led to the loss of the ability to steer the ship and then its strand».
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