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Maersk vessel refloated after grounding in Suez Canal

Friday, container vessel Maersk Emerald ran aground in the Suez Canal due to engine issues. The vessel was refloated a few hours later.

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Friday afternoon, Maersk container vessel Maersk Emerald ran aground in the Suez Canal due to engine issues.

Maersk Emerald is a 13.000 teu container vessel, inform shipping agency Leth Agencies and the Suez Canal Authority, SCA.

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