ONE vessel lost 60 containers

Vessel Madrid Bridge, chartered by Japanese carrier ONE, dropped around 60 containers in the ocean earlier in January, agent to the ship's owner confirms to ShippingWatch.

Photo: PR / ONE

Container vessel Madrid Bridge, chartered by Japanese line ONE, last week dropped "a number" of containers while en route from Singapore to New York.

Now the ship's owner, Kawasaki Kishen Kaisha, is putting a specific figure on those boxes through agent MTI Network. The agent confirms in communication to ShippingWatch that it was around 60 containers.

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