47 of 97 Hanjin vessels remain stranded

There are still many stranded Hanjin vessels with containers on board floating around the world's seas. Although the number has gone down, 47 out of 97 Hanjin vessels are still stranded, writes Alphaliner.

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The number of stranded vessels with containers on board from South Korean container carrier Hanjin, which filed for court receivership on August 31st, declined from 60 to 47 this week, writes Alphaliner in its weekly newsletter, noting that the original number was 97 Hanjin vessels.

One vessel, Hanjin Switzerland, was granted permission to pass through the Suez Canal on September 23rd. As such, this ship can arrive in New York with a three-week delay. This is the first vessel allowed passage through the canal since the bankruptcy.

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