More Than 1900 Containers Lost From Container Ship ONE APUS – Update

Chidori Ship Holding LLC as owners and NYK Shipmanagement Pte Ltd as managers of the container vessel ONE Apus (IMO# 9806079) can confirm that the ship is proceeding to the port of Kobe, Japan with an ETA of December 8, after encountering severe weather on Monday, November 30, 2020, and losing sections of its load.

The priority remains on getting the vessel and crew safely to port. Once berthed, it’s expected to take some time to offload the dislodged containers that remain on board. Then a thorough assessment will be made on the exact number and type of containers that have been lost or damaged.

Whilst it remains unsafe for the crew to conduct close-quarter inspections of the impacted container bays at sea, it is estimated that the number of lost or damaged units could exceed 1,900, of which some 40 are believed to be Dangerous Goods containers.

ONE Apus
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Once the ONE Apus is in port and deemed safe, a full investigation will be conducted into this incident in conjunction with the Flag State and the relevant maritime authorities.

Reference: one-line.com

Background

Container Ship ONE APUS Loses Containers At Sea Due To Rough Weather

MV ONE APUS serving in Ocean Network Express’ Far East Pacific 2 (FP2) Service suffered collapsed containers due to severe weather conditions while the vessel was enroute to her next port of call, Long Beach. Investigations are ongoing and further information will be provided once available…Click here to read the full story.

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