Here is the latest overview of Hanjin's container vessels

Hanjin Shipping has now returned 53 container vessels to their owners, while 8 vessels are currently being detained by creditors around the world, according to analyst firm Alphaliner's latest overview of the crisis in the South Korean container carrier.

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Hanjin Shipping has now returned over half of its container fleet to the owners, from which the carrier had rented them.

In its latest newsletter, Alphaliner writes that Hanjin has redelivered 53 container vessels, while creditors have arrested eight ships across the world. Meanwhile, containers on the returned vessels have been successfully offloaded.

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