Hamburg Süd removes cargo from damaged container vessel in Brazil

After colliding with quay facilities in a Brazilian port, Danish-flagged Hamburg Süd vessel Cap San Antonio will have its cargo removed Friday. As of yet, the Maersk carrier has no information on the scope of the damages and gives no indication as far as when it is expected to be operational again.

The vessel on the photo is not Cap San Antonio that collided with a quay in the Port of Santos, Brazil. | Photo: PR / Hamburg Süd

Container vessel Cap San Antonio, which collided with quay facilities in the Port of Santos in Brazill, will have its cargo emptied today, Friday, writes Maersk carrier and owner of the vessel Hamburg Süd in an update.

As of yet, the carrier is unsure when the container vessel will be operational again.

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