As per Customer Advisory dated January 10, 2021, MV Madrid Bridge, serving in East Coast 4 (EC4) Service, suffered container collapse in the North Atlantic Ocean during transit to her next port of call in New York, USA.
Based on initial investigations, it is estimated that approximately 60 units were overboard, and 80 units were damage. The numbers may be updated after further investigations.
The vessel is currently proceeding towards the East Coast of the United States and, if all goes well, will be calling in Charleston, for a detailed assessment of the vessel condition and to discharge the affected containers.
ONE Line has reported to keep us updated on the progress and vessel’s schedule when more information is available.
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