Incident Date: 27th November 2020 Vessel: KMTC SURABAYA IMO No. 9821081 Type: Containership Incident: GroundingRead more
CASUALTY NOTICE Incident Date: 22nd November 2020 Vessel: TINA I IMO No. 9267156 Type: Fully Cellular Containership Incident: GroundingRead more
We have learned of an incident involving the vessel MENTARI CRYSTAL, an Indonesia flag, 1992 built, 2,725gt, general cargo ship with container capacity, which capsized and sank at the Teluk Lamong Terminal in East Java, Indonesia, on 15th November. No casualties were reported.
MENTARI CRYSTAL operates between Indonesian ports but could have been carrying transhipped cargo emanating from or destined for other locations.
We have learned of an incident involving the vessel ONE AQUILA, a Panama flag, 2018 built, 145,647gt, fully cellular containership, which encountered severe weather conditions in the Pacific Ocean off the US coast, resulting in collapse of stow and reportedly in excess of one hundred containers being lost overboard.Read more
It is with great sadness that we have to announce that Anthony Carter, Director of Claims, who has worked for W. E. Cox/CEEMIS for 33 years, sadly passed away on the 22nd October 2020.Read more
We have learned of an incident involving the vessel CMA CGM MISSOURI, a Liberia flag, 2016 built, 102,931gt fully cellular containership, which ran aground in the Suez Canal while en route from Port Said to Jeddah, having previously called at Constanta, Odessa and Perama.
It is reported that CMA CGM MISSOURI experienced a blackout while transiting the Suez Canal with the southbound convoy. Her rudder is believed to have jammed, and was damaged as the vessel came into contact with the canal bank. Although another vessel, MAERSK HANOI, was caused to halt, the Suez Canal remained open for traffic following the grounding and the consequent refloating operation.
Robert Emanuel Director of W.E. Cox Recoveries reviews New RHA Conditions of Carriage 2020 RHA Conditions of Carriage were first introduced in 1946 to define a haulier’s legal relationship with their customers and have undergone various revisions since then.Read more
We have learned of an incident involving the vessel CSAV TRANCURA, a 2013 built 96,268gt Fully Cellular Containership which again suffered collapse of stow, following a similar occurrence last November.Read more
We have learned of an incident involving the vessel X-PRESS MONTE BIANCO, a Malta flag, 2003 built, 6,434gt fully cellular containership, operating between ports around the Iberian Peninsular and Morocco but potentially carrying transhipment cargoes originating from or destined for other ports of origin or destination worldwide.Read more