News ID: 68907 |
Publish Date: 11:28 - 17 September 2016

Second Hanjin vessel arrested in Canada

The Hanjin Scarlet which had been unloading Port of Prince Rupert, British Colombia, was arrested on Wednesday afternoon, as preparing leave port bound for Seattle according to local reports.

Second Hanjin vessel arrested in Canada
According to MANA,The vessel was arrested by terminal operator DP World that is claiming $1.6m in unpaid bills from Hanjin ships. 
Meanwhile although three vessels Hanjin Boston, Hanjin Greece and Hanjin Gdynia have managed to come into port in the US unload, a fourth Hanjin Jungil remains stranded at sea of southern California.
“We’re negotiating with every service provider and they are saying 'I'm not going to let this ship berth'".
Last week Hanjin gained provisional bankruptcy protection in the US, and injection of $36m in funding from its parent, allowing its vessels to come into port.
Hanjin filed for receivership in Korea on 31 August leaving 141 vessels, including 98 containerships stranded around the world with $14bn in cargo onboard.
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