Inspection reveals ‘inadequate lashing’ and rusty securing points on APL England

The vessel APL England has been detained in Australia over inadequate lashing, after losing 40 containers overboard off the coast of Sydney on Sunday.
After the vessel docked in the port of Brisbane, an inspection by the the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) revealed lashing arrangements for cargo were “inadequate” and securing points for containers on the deck were “heavily corroded.”
AMSA general manager of operations Allan Schwartz said: “These findings constitute a …

The post Inspection reveals ‘inadequate lashing’ and rusty securing points on APL England appeared first on The Loadstar.

Source: The Loadstar

Be the first to comment on "Inspection reveals ‘inadequate lashing’ and rusty securing points on APL England"

Geef een reactie

Het e-mailadres wordt niet gepubliceerd. Vereiste velden zijn gemarkeerd met *

*