A 1,095-foot container vessel operated by Evergreen Marine Corp, the company whose vessel had reportedly blocked the Suez Canal in 2021 for almost a week, holding up several billions of dollars in worldwide trade, has remained stuck in the Chesapeake Bay from Sunday night.
Despite the Ever Given blocking the Suez Canal in March 2021, impacting global trade, the canal hit revenue of $6 billion from January until the first half of December.
On Sunday, Egyptian authorities announced a state of emergency as Ever Given, the gigantic container vessel that blocked the Suez Canal in March for almost a week, returned to the Suez Canal.
Sada el-Balad, an Egyptian broadcaster, has announced that Egypt’s National Navigational Company has reportedly filed a lawsuit against the owners of Ever Given.
The whole world grappled to know the ultimate outcome for almost a week when one of the largest container vessels got stuck in the Suez Canal.
The world’s biggest container vessel has reached the UK on its maiden voyage. The Ever Ace had been built last year for Evergreen Marine, a shipping company based in Taiwan. On Sunday morning, Ever Ace was docked in Suffolk.
The famous vessel that blocked Suez Canal early this year got a video game in its name. The newly launched PC game “Whatever” will enable the players to steer the canal in a container ship.
The Ever Given container vessel is all set to cross the Suez Canal again, for the first time in 4 months after running aground and hampering the global shipping network for almost a week.
The container ship that disrupted global trade by blocking the Suez Canal earlier this year has finally reached the UK four months after schedule.