Japanese mega boxship slams into cranes at Busan New Port

Date: Wednesday, April 8, 2020
Source: Splash

Yet another gantry crane has been pulverised by a poorly berthed mega boxship. The Japanese controlled 13,900 teu Milano Bridge, part of the Ocean Network Express (ONE) fleet, smashed into the quayside at Busan New Port on Monday, bringing down a crane onto the back end of the boxship in the process.

Dramatic footage sent to Splash shows the incident, which also sees the vessel come into contact with 10,000 teu boxship Seaspan Ganges.

As well as bringing down crane 85, at least two other cranes sustained damage however no injuries were reported.

Over the past few years, terminals at Jebel Ali, Karachi, Santos, Semarang, Antwerp and Haiphong have suffered from vessels pranging into cranes.

According to VesselsValue, Milano Bridge is owned by Doun Kisen and is on charter to ONE.

 

Read from the original source.

BROWSE MORE ARTICLES

E-MAIL TO COLLEAGUE

NOTIFY ME WHEN NEW ARTICLES ARE POSTED

SOUND FAMILIAR? HAVE A SLIGHTLY DIFFERENT ISSUE? CONTACT US