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Weekly Logistics Briefing U.S, Baltimore port suspended due to collision between container ship and bridge

Registration dateMAR 27, 2024

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- Based on local time, On the morning of March 26, the container ship Dali, which departed from Baltimore Port, collided with Francis Scott Key Bridge and the bridge collapsed

- Francis Scott Key Bridge is believed to have had several cars and trucks, and six people have been killed so far

- Dali, built in '15, is currently in operation by Maersk and she was sailing toward the port exit with two pilots on board (Destination: Colombo, Sri Lanka)
- A pilot's association official mentioned that a complete power outage occurred on the ship before the collision with the bridge

- Baltimore is the ninth largest port in the United States and one of the major East Coast destinations for containers and cars, with traffic in and out of the port currently suspended.

- The governor of Maryland said the port of Baltimore was closed until further notice, and it was too early to say when the ships would start calling at the port again