The owner of a ship stranded in the Suez Canal is a big demand from container owners
Cairo: The owner of a ship stranded in the Suez Canal for a week has demanded the owners of the containers to share in the loss.
According to the details, the owner of the Japanese ship Ever Given, who has been stranded in the Suez Canal for a week, has demanded the owners of the containers to join the damage.
It should be noted that the Egyptian authorities had demanded from the Japanese company to repair the damage caused by the ship’s closure. In order to compensate for this loss, the Japanese owner of the ship Evergion has asked the cargo owners to Share it.
It may be recalled that The Evergone was on its way to the Dutch port of Rotterdam on March 23 when it collided with the Suez Canal. Billions of dollars worth of maritime trade was cut off.
At the request of the Egyptian authorities, Shui Casein Kaisha Ltd. has asked the container owners to contribute to the general average compensation, a loss-sharing scheme often used in maritime accidents, which is covered by insurance.
According to the shipping company, about 18,000 containers were loaded on the ship at the time of the accident, while the damage is estimated at about 16 916 million. The stranded ship is still stranded in the Suez Canal, and will not be allowed to enter until the issue is resolved.