Maersk Urges U.S. East Coast Ports to Use Suez Canal Delays to Clear Congestion

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    The world’s top shipping line Maersk is urging congested U.S. East Coast ports to use the Suez Canal delays to clear cargo from terminals.

    With shipping resumed through the Suez Canal, delayed Maersk vessels which were scheduled to arrive at East Coast ports from April 6 through at least a week will be delayed some 4 to 7 days, subject to change depending on available berthing space at terminals.

    “The gap of several vessel arrivals to the US East Coast from April 6th and approximately a week forward, will be industry wide as vessels start to clear the Suez channel or arrive from the travelling south of Cape Horn,” Maersk said in an Read more by visiting gCaptain.

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