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Next Hanjin vessel docked
The "Hanjin Switzerland" on Oct 1, 2016, has become the second Hanjin Shipping vessel to stop at the Port of New York and New Jersey since the world's seventh-largest container line filed for bankruptcy. The ship docked at the Global Container Terminal in Bayonne rather than the scheduled point of arrival at Maher Terminals in order to avoid any possible difficulty passing under the Bayonne Bridge. The vessel's cargo was expected to be loaded onto a barge and taken to Maher Terminals and sent onward to its final destination. The ship's arrival in New York was the latest sign that a slowly growing portion of the troubled liner's fleet is finally reaching its destination, releasing cargo that has been locked up since the ocean carrier filed for bankruptcy in a South Korean court on Aug 31. The arrival comes just over two weeks after the departure of the the "Hanjin Miami" which docked at Maher Terminals on Sep 22. Before arrival, the vessel lay off of Ambrose Anchorage for two weeks, waiting for the company to pay the terminal and other charges for unloading the cargo. The "Hanjin Miami" departed carrying empty containers from other members of the CYKHE Alliance so that it could fit under the Bayonne Bridge. Also scheduled to stop the Port of New York and New Jersey was the "Hanjin Chongqing", which was expected to arrive on Oct 27, also at Global Container Terminal. Two other ships scheduled to stop at the port, the "Hanjin Baltimore" and "Hanjin Bremerhaven", werre under arrest, and it was not clear when they will be released and allowed to make their way to the US from Panamanian waters.
Hanjin-chartered vessel unable to get through Suez Canal
EXECUTIVE limitations posed by Hanjin Shipping's uncertain legal status were behind one of its chartered-in ships being unable to proceed through the Suez Canal on Thursday. Hanjin Switzerland, owned by the Ciner group, did not pass through the Suez Canal on September 1, Lloyd’s List Intelligence data shows. Having made a U-turn, the ship is currently drifting south of the canal. Its next stop is supposed to be New York. Ciner Ship Management chief executive Vasileios Papakalodoukas told Lloyd's List that the vessel did not make the voyage through the canal because Hanjin lacks authorisation to spend money on canal fees. The line needs permission from the court to spend any funds it has, he said. https://www.lloydslist.com/ll/sector/containers/article535704.eceNews schreiben