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Suez Canal Auhority considers launching "Plan C"

After a weekend of continued attempts to refloat Ever Given, the Suez Canal Authority considers introducing new meassures named Plan C which involves the complex offloading of containers, writes media Egypt Today.

Photo: AHMED HASAN/AFP / AFP

Although some progress was achived through the weekend and Ever Given seemed to have moved its enormous hull some metres, the buttom line for the more than 320 carrieres waiting for passage remains the same Sunday evening,

The Suez Canal is still blocked by Evergreen's megaship Ever Given and companies like Maersk don't see a solution building up according to their customer communication.

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