Hamburg Süd vessel collides with quay in Brazil

Sunday, one of the large vessels from Maersk carrier Hamburg Süd collided with a quay in Santos, Brazil. The ship accounts for almost half of the coming week's planned direct capacity from the east coast of South America to Northern Europe, according to shipping analyst.

The ship in the picture is not Cap Antonio, which collided with a quay in Brazil on Sunday. | Photo: PR / Hamburg Süd

On Sunday, a large vessel from container carrier Hamburg Süd, owned by Maersk, collided with a quay in Santos, Brazil.

A video has been distributed on social media, showing damages to the vessel.

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