Maersk-chartered ship runs aground after collision

A container ship chartered by Maersk has run aground after it collided with another grounded ship near Indonesia. The incident happened over the weekend.

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A container ship chartered by Maersk collided with another container ship on Sunday, after which it ran aground, according to a statement from the Indonesian transport ministry.

The ship in question is Tina I, which is owned by Technomar Shipping but according to VesselsValue the vessel is chartered out to Maersk until March 2021.

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