A container ship bound for Yokohama Japan got caught in typhoon and suffered damages to her portside in cargo area near superstructure, reports Maritime Bulletin.
Container ship left Shanghai on Sep 12, bound for Yokohama Japan, but was caught in typhoon and suffered damages to her portside in cargo area near superstructure, a number of containers were damaged, collapsed, so the ship had to turn back and shelter at anchorage north of Shanghai.
Removal of damaged containers
Salvage was contracted, to handle and remove damaged containers. After completing emergency works, the ship was allowed to move to Shanghai outer anchorage, where she was anchored until anchored Sep 27.
On Sep 27 she left anchorage, as of 1540 UTC Sep 27 she was under way, sailing either to Shanghai port, or to Yangtze Estuary CJK Anchorage.
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Source: Maritime Bulletin