Maersk calls for Iranian documentation on Maersk Tigris

Representatives from Maersk Line are working hard to solve the intense situation concerning Maersk Tigris, which is still detained in Iran.

Photo: Maersk Line

Maersk has not yet received any form of written documentation for Iran's surprising detainment of vessel, Maersk Tigris on Tuesday last week, according to Maersk Line in an update Monday after Maersk Tigris has been detained for almost a week by Iranian authorities.

This concerns court rulings, arrest orders or similar documents that could be the foundation for the detainment of Maersk Tigris, which to the big surprise of the international society was seized by the Iranian navy near the Strait of Hormuz six days ago.

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