The sweet taste of freedom was probably being experienced by all concerned with the Ever Given as it was released by Suez Canal authorities on the 7th of July – … Read more..
It has just been reported that a representative for the owners and insurers of the Ever Given has confirmed that they reached an agreement in principle in terms of a … Read more..
It’s been a while since we wrote about the Ever Given, the main character in one of the most complicated stories in shipping history which ironically didn’t involve any damage … Read more..
Whether for its size and status as one of the largest container ships in the world or because it was famously termed as a “boat that was stuck in a … Read more..
With the Ever Given still “legally” stuck in the Great Bitter Lakes in Suez Canal, discussions and concerns have turned to various other issues relating to the cargo, the ship’s … Read more..
This seems to be the new cry from the shippers on the Ever Given which is currently bobbing in the Great Bitter Lakes since it was freed from the banks … Read more..
Many journalists and Twitteratis around the world might be having withdrawal symptoms after the Ever Given has been refloated from being stuck diagonally across the Suez Canal.. Although the vessel … Read more..
In probably one of the best news heard by the shipping and freight industry in a while, Admiral Osama Rabie, Chairman and Managing Director of the Suez Canal Authority (SCA), … Read more..
The fragility of trade routes which had been sorely tested by disruptions caused by Covid 19, shortage of containers and increased freight rates was once again exposed when the Ever … Read more..
From time to time the maritime industry trends in the news media not just within the media outlets in the industry but in the mainstream media as well. More often … Read more..
After having celebrated 8th March 2021 as International Women’s Day (although every day should be), I found it appropriate that I pay tribute to all the women in the Shipping … Read more..
The Suez Canal Authority officially announced on the 25th March 2021 that navigation through the Suez Canal is temporarily suspended. Announcing the suspension, Admiral Osama Rabie, Chairman and Managing Director … Read more..