Suez blockage repercussions will last until June in Europe

The major issues in European ship traffic in the wake of Ever Given's blockage of the Suez Canal are expected to last into June, writes analyst firm Sea-Intelligence.

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The many bottlenecks and delays caused by Ever Given, which blocked the Suez Canal for almost a week, look set to ease in early June in Europe, assesses Sea-intelligence.

The analyst firm has looked at the situation for European ship traffic to make an estimate of how long the consequences of the Suez blockage will last.

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