More blank sailings and detours as ONE’s volumes, earnings, fall
ONE said today it would blank more sailings and detour more ships round the Cape ...
This short but to-the-point article uses the tale of the MOL Comfort to argue again for the importance of weighing containers. One of the possible reasons for the five-year old ship to split in two – with 25 crew on board – is that the container weights were misdeclared and subsequently stowed in the wrong places on the ship.
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