Ever Given will need repairs

The Ever Given, this year’s most famous ship, will need repairs. The Evergreen-operated vessel came to worldwide attention in March when it grounded and blocked the Suez Canal for six days.

Ever Given weighs anchor and heads towards Europe

A ceremony was held in Egypt to mark an agreement on compensation for the Ever Given fiasco, with the giant boxship now on the move to leave the country where it has been in since a transit of the Suez Canal went badly wrong on March 23.

Ever Given to depart Egypt on Wednesday

The giant Ever Given boxship will finally leave Egypt on Wednesday 106 days after it entered the Suez Canal on a fateful transit.

Damning report emerges of the pilots onboard the Ever Given

As preparations get underway to get the giant 20,388 teu Ever Given moving again, three months after its dramatic grounding in the Suez Canal, reports have emerged of what happened on the fateful day of its stormy transit through the key waterway linking Europe with Asia.

Ikea, Lenovo cargo worth $780 million stuck onboard MV Ever Given in the Suez Canal

Even though the Suez Canal is no longer blocked by the MV EVER GIVEN, several big and small companies like Ikea and Lenovo are stuck with a larger problem as cargo worth $780 million is trapped onboard the seized vessel in the Suez Canal.

Deal in principle reached on Ever Given

An agreement in principle has been reached over a compensation claim between the Suez Canal Authority (SCA) and the owners of the 20,388 teu Ever Given that blocked the Suez Canal in March this year.

Ever Given Owners Make New Offer To Suez Canal Authority

The owners of a giant container ship that blocked the Suez Canal in March have made a new offer in a compensation dispute with the canal authority, a lawyer for the authority said on Sunday, as a court ruling on the case was postponed for two weeks.

Ever Given was travelling too fast: SCA

In the ongoing tit-for-tat between the Suez Canal Authority and Japanese owner Shoei Kisen over who was to blame for the blockage on the key waterway in March, the Egyptians have hit back.

Convoys Resume as Suez Canal Races to Clear Huge Backlog of Ships

The blockage threw global supply chains into disarray, threatening costly delays for firms already wrestling with COVID-19 restrictions, and nearly doubled rates for oil product tankers.

Ever Given Freed Allowing Shipping to Resume Through Suez Canal

Shipping was on the move again late on Monday in Egypt’s Suez Canal after tugs refloated a giant container ship which had been blocking the channel for almost a week, causing a huge build-up of vessels around the waterway.

The Suez Canal traffic will resume later today

“The Suez Canal traffic will resume later today on a first arrive, first transit basis but probably livestock vessels will get priority for obvious reasons,” a well placed source told this morning.

Suez Canal: Blocked ship could be refloated in hours

The owner of the giant cargo ship says the vessel is not damaged and will be able to continue its journey. The Ever Given has been wedged across the canal since Tuesday, blocking the way for other maritime traffic.