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Hapag-Lloyd vessel no longer suspected of causing oil leak off US coast

Hapag-Lloyd's vessel Rotterdam Express has continued on its route towards Mexico after being examined by US authorities for causing a major oil leak off Los Angeles. The ship's involvement in the accident has been ruled out, confirms Hapag-Lloyd to ShippingWatch.

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The Rotterdam Express, owned by German container carrier Hapag-Lloyd, has resumed its course towards Mexico after having been examined by the US authorities, suspected of causing a considerable oil spill off Los Angeles.

The ship's involvement in the accident has thus been ruled out, confirms Hapag-Lloyd to ShippingWatch.

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