New Casualty - Cosco Nagoya - Collapse of Stow & Containers Overboard
Incident Date: 3rd December 2021
Vessel: COSCO NAGOYA
IMO No. 9380271
Type: Fully Cellular Containership
Incident: Collapse of stow & Containers overboard
We have learned of an incident involving the vessel COSCO NAGOYA, a Panama flag, 2008 built, 40,165gt, fully cellular containership en route from Busan to Long Beach. The vessel experienced a major collapse of stow, resulting in a significant number of containers being lost overboard, in the Pacific, southeast of Iturup Island, Kuril Archipelago, Japan, and was diverted to Gwangyang, South Korea, arriving at a berth on 2nd December. It is anticipated that numerous containers remaining onboard will also have been affected.
It is unclear at this stage whether this incident will give rise to General Average or whether General Average will be declared. If W E Cox Claims Group can be of any assistance, providing securities, arranging surveys, adjusting potential losses or undertaking recovery action, please do not hesitate to contact us.
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