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How is going on when the stranded cargo ship emerged successfully?

How is going on when the stranded cargo ship emerged successfully?

The prelude to compensation for the "blocking ship" accident has been opened. Earlier, the Suez Canal Authority said it would seek more than $1 billion in compensation for the damage and rescue costs caused by the six-day shutdown of the canal,

Apr 14
2021
Europe and the United States and other major airline freight rates rose!

Europe and the United States and other major airline freight rates rose!

Ships and containers in Asia have been restricted by the week-long blockage of the Suez Canal, leading to a sharp rise in immediate shipping rates for containers on popular shipping routes such as Europe and the United States, and continued congestion at

Apr 13
2021
International Air Transport Knowledge

International Air Transport Knowledge

Air transport is swift and safe. The high efficiency on time has won a considerable market, greatly shortening the delivery period, and has played a great role in accelerating the capital turnover and circulation of the logistics supply chain. Major air

Mar 29
2021
Shipment to Middle East, special requirements on the MB/L

Shipment to Middle East, special requirements on the MB/L

The picture Qatar For B/L to Qatar, POD must be shown as HAMAD PORT, QATAR and FND must be shown as HAMAD PORT, AL WAKRA, QATAR; The customs of destination port does not accept the goods of bill of lading as vehicles over 5 years old. The pictur

Mar 29
2021
The freight will increase again because vessel strande inThe Suez Canal!

The freight will increase again because vessel strande inThe Suez Canal!

1. According to Egypt Today, rescue efforts are beginning to pay off. The stranded cargo ship Ever Given has begun to move. The ship has moved 17 meters to the north and its rudder has moved 30 degrees. Rescuers have been able to move the stern of the shi

Mar 29
2021
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The "Ever Given" wheel failed to float again in the Suez Canal

The "Ever Given" wheel failed to float again. The chairman of the Suez Canal Authority, Osama Rabieh, said at a press conference on March 27 that 321 vessels were waiting to sail through the canal. According to Marinetraffic and ClipperData,

Mar 28
2021