Red Sea crisis expected to drive sea-air demand as Chinese New Year looms
A perfect storm of disruption in shipping, plus the early February start to Chinese New ...
It seems as if some lessons have been learned from the Ever Given drama. Work has begun on extending a second lane in the Suez Canal, which allows for two-way traffic. The Suez Canal Authority confirmed over the weekend that work had begun to lengthen the lane by 10km, and that it would widen and deepen a single lane stretch at the southern end.
The Middle East’s largest dredger will be used, the Mohab Mamish, which arrived in Egypt last month, reports The Guardian.