The price of the “Ever Given” accident

The price of the “Ever Given” accident A 400-meter-long freighter puts a strain on the Eurasian economy The case On 23 March a sandstorm, with gusts of wind of 50 km / h, caused the cargo ship Ever Given to run aground diagonally in the Suez Canal, blocking it completely. The 220,000-ton, 400-meter long and 58-meter wide vessel ran aground aft and bow, creating an unprecedented incident in naval history. The Suez Canal (SCA) authorities are working tirelessly in the logistics of the ransom. As many as 8 tugs, a dredge and a digger are laboriously bringing the vessel back to floating position. The blockade of the canal seems to… Read More

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