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Hanjin Shipping collapse leaves up to 15,000 cargo containers piled up

On Behalf of | Sep 30, 2016 | Employment, Maritime, Neil Klein, News |

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Container company Seaco Global Ltd., based in London, leased about 50,000 containers to Hanjin that it cannot account for, said Neil B. Klein, an Irvine-based attorney representing the company. Right now, he is looking for the location of those boxes.


McKasson & Klein was successful to obtain the Rule C arrests on the Hanjin Montevideo and the claims were paid in full. As a result the vessels were released from their arrest—a good victory for the bunker suppliers.

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