Although the fire-ravaged Maersk Honam is due to berth at Jebel Ali today, the discharge of its undamaged containers is likely to be further delayed.
Surveyors representing P&I clubs and local authorities will want to carry out detailed inspections.
The 15,262 teu vessel caught fire on 6 March in the Arabian Sea, which cost the lives of five crew members.
The ship was carrying 7,860 containers (12,416 teu) on a 2M Asia-west Mediterranean loop and has been anchored …
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Source: The Loadstar