Two days ago, a giant cargo ship trapped in Egypt’s Suez Canal is still trapped there. Efforts are being made to continuously evacuate the giant ship. Many ships are not able to move forward due to the stranded ship. Meanwhile, it has been reported that 25 Indians are running the stranded ship and efforts have been intensified to streamline the traffic of the waterway.
It may be recalled that the Panama-flag ship carrying goods between Asia and Europe was trapped in the historic Suez Canal on Tuesday. The Japanese company’s proprietary ship was trapped in the canal, causing dozens of small ships to be trapped in the Mediterranean and Red Seas. The Stranded ship’s Japanese owner Shei Kisen Kaisa said that the crew running it has come from India and all its members are safe. Two Egyptian expert drivers have also arrived on the ship who are helping to evacuate the stranded ship. The crash has apologized by issuing a statement for the entire incident.
Let’s say that the ever-given ship transports goods between Asia and Europe. On Tuesday, it was stuck in the narrow path of the Suez Canal.
Loss of Rs 29 billion per hour
Waterways are the largest base of trade in the world. The ship has been tried for three days but the line of ships coming from behind is being created. If this is the case, it will also affect the common man’s pockets, it is possible that the price of essential commodities will increase. The information will be surprising, but according to an estimate, global trade is incurring a loss of 29 billion rupees every hour. The ships have to choose a long way and they have to travel for five to six days.