Maersk Supply fined for dramatic shipwreck: "We should have chosen a different approach"

In retrospect, Maersk Supply Service and its CEO would have done many things differently before the spectacular shipwreck in 2016. The carrier has now been fined by Danish police, and the CEO takes full responsibility for similar events not happening again, he tells ShippingWatch.

The two ships, Maersk Searcher and Maersk Shipper, were en route to be scrapped in Turkey when they sank off the coast of France on Dec. 22, 2016. | Photo: Screenshot

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