Maersk ship arrested in Tunisia by displeased Honam customers

Displeased shippers, several of which claim to have lost money on the Maersk Honam fire, have arrested a Maersk vessel in Tunisia. Maersk Line recently changed its ownership structure in Tunisia.

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A Maersk ship has been arrested in Tunisia by a group of shippers who claim to have lost money in the fire on Maersk Honam.

In March 2018, container ship Maersk Honam was hit by a severe fire, and five crew members were killed in the incident. The tragic accident also meant that many containers were hit, as their cargoes were either delayed or damaged in the flames.

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