Another Evergreen vessel runs aground one year after Suez blockage

Taiwanese carrier Evergreen is again struck by an accident, wherein one of the container line’s ships has run aground in the US. An Evergreen vessel last year blocked the Suez Canal for six days.

Container vessel Ever Given, which in March 2021 blocked the Suez Canal, docks at the Port of Rotterdam in July 2021. | Photo: Eva Plevier/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix

Once again, a container vessel of shipping line Evergreen has run aground.

This time, the ship in question is the 334-meter-long container vessel Ever Forward. The ship ran aground in Chesapeake Bay shortly after having sailed out of Baltimore, Maryland, Sunday evening.

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