Hanjin lawyer: We are being held hostage

Creditors' attempts in the US to reverse a ruling that enables Hanjin Shipping to unload containers from its vessels have failed again. But a lawyer representing Hanjin says that the carrier is currently being held hostage in a dispute concerning payments.
Photo: Mark Lennihan/AP/Polfoto/Arkiv
Photo: Mark Lennihan/AP/Polfoto/Arkiv

A court in New Jersey has, according to the Wall Street Journal, rejected an appeal from creditors to collapsed carrier Hanjin Shipping to reverse a ruling issued on Friday last week which blocks creditors in the US from seizing the carrier's vessels in US ports.

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