Maersk in talks with Iranian courts for detained ship

In a brief statement on Tuesday, Maersk Line announced that the carrier is in talks with Iranian courts in the case, which Iran has indicated as the explanation for the detainment of Maersk Tigris.

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Maersk Line announced in a brief statement Tuesday that the crew on Maersk Tigris - detained in Iranian waters - is in good spirits, and that the company is currently in a dialog with the Iranian courts. The carrier has stated that a new update will be released Wednesday at 1pm CET.

Iran has detained the vessel - which is not owned by Maersk, but chartered by private investors - due to an old case regarding uncollected freight.

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