‘Bad Fuel’ Cited as MSC Containership Breaks Down En Route to Los Angeles

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    A 366-meter containership belonging to MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company has broken down in the Pacific Ocean after reporting a fuel quality issue and the ship is now under tow to Japan, MSC has confirmed in a customer advisory.

    MSC reports that the MSC Ariene, deployed on its Pearl service, “had to stop at sea” on April 2 due to an engine issue resulting from poor quality fuel as the ship was en route from Xiamen, China to Los Angeles, California. The vessel has been diverted to Wakayama, Japan for repairs.

    MSC’s partner in the 2M Alliance, Maersk, Read more by visiting gCaptain.

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