Suez Canal Authority confirms that Ever Given has been partially refloated

The container ship Ever Given that is blocking the Suez Canal has now been partially refloated and is 80 percent readjusted, confirms the Suez Canal Authority. The ship has been blocking the vital tradelane since Tuesday.

Photo: Mohamed Abd El Ghany/REUTERS / X02738

Container ship Ever Given in the Suez Canal is now partially floating again.

The Suez Canal Authority confirms that the ship has been partially refloated and has been straightened 80 percent in the canal, says the authority in an update on Facebook..

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