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Emma Maersk cargo relocated

The cargo from the accident-stricken Maersk Line container vessel Emma Maersk will be delivered by three medium-sized container ships, TradeWinds reports.

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Maersk Line has hired three container ships to deliver the cargo stuck on Emma Maersk in at the Suez Canal.

“Alternative arrangements for the cargo have been made whereby sensitive cargo was loaded onto our existing network shortly after the incident,” Maersk Line says according to TradeWinds.

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