Giant temple cargo ship stranded in the Suez Canal, a trade route between Europe and Asia in Egypt, has not yet been removed.
The giant temple cargo ship stranded in the Suez Canal, a trade route between Europe and Asia in Egypt, has not yet been removed, and billions of dollars have been lost so far due to the blockade.
The Evergone was stranded on Tuesday morning due to sandstorms and strong winds and was stranded in the Suez Canal, with about 150 ships stranded on both sides due to road closures.
Efforts are being made to remove the ship with the help of rescue tugboats, but it may take a long time to remove such a large ship.
The Evergone is one of the world’s largest cargo ships, with a length of 400 meters, a width of 60 meters and a weight of 200,000 tons. The owner of the ship company apologized to the international business community for stopping the transport of the ships. Is.