The MV Madrid Bridge container vessel from Ocean Network Express (ONE) has suffered a container collapse in the North Atlantic Ocean.
The 13,900 TEU container ship Madrid Bridge has suffered a container collapse in the North Atlantic Ocean on 7 January, according to the vessel owner, Ocean Network Express (ONE).
The New Panamax container ship is deployed on the East Coast 4 (EC4) service of THE Alliance, which includes ONE, Hapag-Lloyd, Yang Ming and HMM. The accident occurred while Madrid Bridge was sailing to its next port of call in New York.
The reasons for the container collapse are still unknown, while investigations are underway, according to a statement.
“Our immediate priorities are to ensure the safety of the crew, the vessel and the cargo on board,” said the Singaporean container carrier, adding that delays to the vessel’s schedule are expected.
ONE has also recently unveiled a new service connecting Singapore and Nhava Sheva, India.
The new weekly Singapore India Express (SIX) Service, launched on 13 December from Singapore, will enhance the coverage of the India market, bringing more options and greater flexibility to ONE’s customers.
SIX service rotation is as follows: Singapore – Nhava Sheva – Singapore.
Source: Container News
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