Maersk warns customers of Suez effect in other parts of the network

Although the queue of ships in the Suez Canal has been resolved, the effects are far from over. They are spreading to other parts of the network, Maersk informs customers. The investigation of Ever Given is well underway.

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It will be another few days before the accumulation of Maersk ships on the Suez Canal is completely resolved, but that does not mean that the problems are over.

Even though Maersk expects the situation to return to normal by Wednesday, the effects are now beginning to spread.

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