Wednesday, 13 June 2018

Containers from CSCL container ship fell onto tanker


5-containers stack collapsed and crashed down from container ship CSCL SPRING onto deck of bunker tanker JINYOU8, moored alongside container ship, at Pacific International Terminal in Tianjin Port, China, in the afternoon Jun 11. Twistlock failure is believed to be the cause of an accident, 40-foot container was to be lifted from container ship, but it didn’t go off smoothly and destabilized container below.
Luckily, collapsed containers didn’t spark off fire on tanker, which was refueling CSCL SPRING. Tanker apparently, was damaged, CSCL SPRING understood to suffer no or minor damages, and left Tianjin on Jun 12. Photos cnss.com.cn
Container ship CSCL SPRING, IMO 9645853, dwt 120500, capacity 10036 TEU, built 2014, flag HK, manager CHINA SHIPPING CONTAINER LINES.
Bunker tanker JINYOU8, MMSI 412018420, dwt 668, flag China.






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