Salvage of containers lost overboard too slow, says Australia

June 14, 2019 Alexander Whiteman

Taiwan’s shipping companies are getting it in the neck from both authorities and fisheries over apparent lethargy in reclaiming lost containers. A report from ABC claims the slow response to salvaging boxes lost overboard is leading to a heightened risk of maritime pollution. Last year, the vessel YM Efficiency reported it lost 81 containers in June alone. While authorities in Australia said the ship’s operator, Yang Ming, had been quick to ...

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