Maersk Line on 20 August resumed its operations at Tianjin port.
The liner suspended its operations following explosions that rocked the port on 12 August. The explosions have so far claimed 114 lives and injured hundreds more.
Maersk Line expects some disruptions and delays to its services to/from Tianjin and will keep its customers updated on new developments.
The company had earlier confirmed that none of its vessels were in terminals or at anchorages during the explosions.
On a separate development, Tianjin Municipality vice-mayor told a press conference on 19 August that authorities have identified chemicals stored at the port’s warehouses. He added that cofferdams have been added around the area where the chemicals were detected to reduce risk of contamination.
This post was sourced from IHS Maritime 360: View the original article here.