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APL ship has lost at least 40 containers in the water off Sydney

A container ship belonging to CMA CGM-owned APL has lost at least 40 containers in the water off the coast of Sydney. This is the second time the ship loses containers in waters off Australia.

Video from the Australian Maritime Safety Authority of vessel APL England. | Photo: Amsa/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix

A container ship from Singapore-based container line APL has lost at least 40 containers in the water off the coast of Sydney, reports Reuters.

Container ship APL England lost propulsion on Sunday when it wound up in a storm some 73 kilometers southeast of Sydney on a voyage from Ningbo, China.

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