Maersk sues, but Ever Given Suez delays not down to us, says Evergreen
Taiwan container line Evergreen has rejected a claim by Maersk that it carries joint responsibility ...
Every now and then it pays to dig into someone’s archives to unearth some hidden gem. One such today comes from Asia Shipping Media’s excellent new website Splash247, where they have acquired some fine contributors. Andrew Craig-Bennett is one of the most articulate executives in shipping, and this piece on the twin roles that ignorance and ineptitude, with a particular emphasis on the latter, play in maritime disasters is both illuminating while in terms of argument packs a steel fist in a velvet glove.
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