Maersk: Low Rhine water levels and Felixstowe strike prompt delays

Major northern European ports stand to be affected by delays due to the Rhine drying up and a planned strike at the UK Port of Felixstowe, Maersk warns.
Photo: Thomas Borberg/Politiken/Ritzau Scanpix
Photo: Thomas Borberg/Politiken/Ritzau Scanpix

The summer drought in Europe has rendered the water level of the Rhine so low that barge sailing has ceased in many places, and the problems are spreading to other links in transport chains, liner company Maersk warns in an advisory update on the Port of Rotterdam and northern Europe issued to its customers.

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