Several ‘tugboats’ were used to evacuate the vessel named ‘Ever Given’ stuck on the sandy shore, where it was stranded since 23 March. The help of the ‘Boskalis’ company was taken to evacuate the vessel.
Giant cargo ship ‘Ever Given’. (Photo: PTI)
The huge cargo vessel ‘Ever Given’ was evacuated on Monday after being stuck for nearly a week in the Suez Canal, after which the crisis on one of the world’s most important waterways came to an end. During this time, the company of the German company that manages the Ever Givag ship says that the Indian crew aboard the ship is in good health. Now the vessel has been successfully tested.
Bernhard Schulte Shipman (BSM) said in a statement that I express my deepest gratitude to all the parties involved in the emergency response, who worked tirelessly to free the vessel. The company said, “A crew of 25 Indian citizens aboard the ship is safe. They are in good health and are working together with all the parties to refit the ship. His hard work and professionalism have been greatly appreciated by the company.
Experts are finding out the reasons for the sinking
After evacuating the stranded vessel in the Suez Canal, it was anchored on the ‘Great Bitter Lake’, situated between the northern and southern tip of the canal. A senior canal pilot, on the condition of anonymity, said that experts are trying to find out the possible damage and find out the cause of the vessel’s sinking. Engineers are inspecting the ship’s engines to find out when it can depart for its destination in the Netherlands.
The vessel was stuck since 23 March
Several ‘tugboats’ were used to evacuate the vessel called ‘Ever Given’ stuck on the sandy shore, where it was stuck since 23 March. The help of the ‘Boskalis’ company was taken to evacuate the vessel. Company CEO Peter Bardowski said, “We took it out.” I am happy to state that our team of experts, with the help of the Suez Canal Authority, have successfully succeeded in bringing the Ever Given back into the middle of the water. After this the traffic in the Suez Canal was restored. “
‘It will take 10 days to get the paused ships out’
Lt Gen Osama Rabei, the head of the Suez Canal Authority, said that traffic was restored at 6 pm local time in the canal. The ships that carried the animals were first allowed to go. Container-laden ships stranded on the coast of Suez City were seen moving into the Red Sea. Till Tuesday morning, 113 of the 420 ships that were stuck due to the accident of Ever Given will be fired. Analysts believe that it may take up to 10 days to remove all the stopped vessels.
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