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CAIRO (AFP): The owner of a megaship blocking Egypt's Suez Canal hopes to refloat it as early as Saturday (March 27), as the crisis forced companies to re-route services from the vital shipping lane around Africa.
CAIRO (Reuters): Dredging and tugging aimed at freeing a mega vessel stuck in the Suez Canal failed on Friday (March 26) to end a blockage that has lifted shipping rates for fuel tankers and scrambled global supply chains for everything from grains to baby clothes.
TOKYO (Reuters) - A giant ship has blocked the famous Suez Canal but opened up a torrent of memes and gifs lampooning the hapless container carrier, which has been jammed in the waterway since Tuesday.
CAIRO (Reuters) - The Suez Canal stepped up efforts on Friday to free a stuck mega vessel, after an earlier attempt failed to end a blockage that has lifted shipping rates for fuel tankers and disrupted global supply chains for everything from grains to baby clothes.
Port Klang Authority general manager Capt K. Subramaniam said Port Klang and Port of Tanjung Pelepas were the only Malaysian ports receiving calls from Europe and the Mediterranean.
When you can’t shift a ship that’s stuck fast into the wall of a canal that’s vital to world trade, there’s only one thing to do: call the salvage guys.
Egypt’s Suez Canal: blockage halts trade of at least 6.3 million barrels of crude oil worth US$400 million
Liquefied natural gas, refined fuels and containers full of goods are among the cargo delayed after a huge ship blocked the Suez CanalThe artificial waterway in Egypt is one of the busiest trade routes in the world, carrying about 12 per cent of global trade by volume
TOKYO (Reuters) - Shoei Kisen, the Japanese owner of a container ship stuck in the Suez Canal that is holding up potentially billions of dollars of traded goods, apologized on Thursday and added that it was working towards a resolution of the situation.
SINGAPORE: Oil prices fell more than 2% as fresh coronavirus lockdowns revived worries about demand for oil products, even as tug boats struggled to move a stranded container ship blocking crude oil carriers in the Suez Canal.
KUALA LUMPUR: The FBM KLCI ended on the 1,600-point psychological level going into the lunch break as investors remained cautious over ongoing headwinds.