May 29, 2022

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Waiting at the Suez Canal

Waiting at the Suez Canal

All “ships in standby” from grinding (Cairo)Given anytimeThe Suez Canal Authority (SCA) said on Saturday that a large container ship that had been found crossing the Suez Canal on March 23 had gone off the waterway.

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SCA President Admiral Osama Robbie announced on Saturday all the ships that have been waiting in the canal since the Panamanian container ship was grounded. Given anytime According to a press release from the authority, “Suez’s Isthmus” has been crossed.

The giant ship, which flies the Panamanian flag and is operated by the Taiwanese ship owner Evergreen Marine Corporation – as long as there are four football fields – was replaced on March 29, after not being stabilized for almost a week.

L ‘Given anytime The Suez Canal was pulled towards Great Amer Lake in the middle and traffic resumed between the Mediterranean and the Red Sea the same evening.


L ‘Given anytime Dragged on March 29th.

Traffic on this crucial sea route connecting Asia and Europe has come to a complete standstill and represents more than 10% of international trade.

A total of 422 ships, loaded with 26 million tonnes of cargo, were stranded in a heavy traffic jam, the SCA said.

Number 61, the last ships on standby since the passageGiven anytime According to the same press release were able to cross the canal on Saturday, as well as “24 new ships”.

The first – over a hundred – were able to take to the canal at night from March 29 to 30, a few hours after the mega-ship was refloated.

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According to the SCA, an average of 51.5 ships per day will use the canal by 2020 with about 19,000 ships.