Yantian Express – Operational situation status

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As you may have read here, the fire stricken Yantian Express reached Halifax – its final destination, finally..

ONE, who are one of the Alliance partners on this ship have issued an advisory as below to give everyone a “better perspective of the reality of the operational situation facing the Yantian Express”..

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Yantian Express reaches its destination Halifax finally

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Further to the various articles I have posted on this site about the fire damaged container ship Yantian Express, readers may be happy to hear that the ship has finally reached its destination..

Yantian Express a 7,510-TEU vessel operated by Hapag Lloyd suffered fire on board in early January while on its way from Colombo, Sri Lanka to Halifax, Canada.. The ship was carrying around 3,875 containers at the time of the incident of which 320 containers were a total loss..

Yantian Express finally reached Halifax on the 20th of May 2019..

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Update on Yantian Express – fire and general average

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Latest update on Yantian Express General Average..

The Yantian Express has been in Freeport, Bahamas since early February 2019 after it went up in flames on the 3rd of Jan 2019 while on its way from Colombo to Halifax via the Suez Canal..

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Updated information on Yantian Express General Average

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Yesterday, I posted some questions relating to the consequences and process of General Average – once it is declared..

In a press release, ONE (Ocean Network Express) one of the alliance partners of Hapag Lloyd, have released further information relating to the Yantian Express which declared General Average on the 25th of January 2019..

The “Yantian Express” suffered a major fire resulting in both the vessel and a portion of the cargo suffering either fire or water damage..

ONE has released an update on the General Average security demand, latest salvage declaration details, a Salvage Guarantee Form and an overview of frequently asked questions (FAQ)..

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General Average declared on fire stricken Yantian Express

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It was expected and would have been just a matter of time.. 

We reported previously that part of the 16-year-old Yantian Express the 7,510 TEU, 320m German-flagged ship of Hapag Lloyd went up in flames on the 3rd of Jan 2019 while on its way from Colombo to Halifax via the Suez Canal..

The container fire that broke out was largely contained and brought under control after one week and the ship sailed to the Port of Freeport (Bahamas) for further recovery and cargo damage assessment. when it arrives in Freeport around the 1st of Feb 2019.. 

On January 25, 2019, Hapag Lloyd declared “General Average” for the Yantian Express..

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Yantian Express Fire – Update 25.01.2019

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On the 3rd of January 2019, part of the 16-year-old Yantian Express the 7,510 TEU, 320m German-flagged ship of Hapag Lloyd went up in flames while on its way from Colombo to Halifax via the Suez Canal..

The container fire that broke out was largely contained and brought under control after one week through the launching of immediate fire-fighting efforts.. Since then, the remaining salvage operations have made considerable progress as per updates from Hapag Lloyd..

Here is some update..

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Cargo damage from fire on board Yantian Express

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The update about the Yantian Express on fire since the 3rd of January 2019, is that the fire is under control and some of the crew are back on board the ship..

There has been some news about the cargo damages..

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Fire on board the Yantian Express under control

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The update about the Yantian Express on fire since the 3rd of January 2019, is that the fire is under control and some of the crew are back on board the ship..

Read more about the progress..

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