Maersk drops 750 boxes in ocean, customers seek damages

A series of customers have sued Maersk after a ship lost 750 containers at sea during a storm.

Photo: Murad Sezer/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix

A ship from A.P. Moller-Maersk last year lost around 750 containers at sea when sailing into a storm en route from China to the US.

Now, several customers with cargo on board vessel Maersk Essen are seeking damages, having filed a range of lawsuits against the Danish shipping group.

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