Tow Completed 'MSC Flaminia' Anchored

Press Release
Sunday, September 09, 2012

'MSC Flaminia' & accompanying vessels safely reach Jade Weser Port in Germany.

MSC FLAMINIA and its accompanying vessels have arrived safely at Jade Weser Port in Wilhelmshaven. The arrival at the port was without any exceptional occurrences.

Earlier the fire-stricken container ship had anchored off Heligoland for a further safety inspection, which confirmed that a secure and hazard-free continuation of its voyage to Wilhelmshaven was possible.

The search for the still missing crewmember and the investigations into the cause of the fire will commence as soon as possible. These investigations will approximately last for one week and after that the unloading of the vessel can be started.



 

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