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On the way of Tuzla

On the way of Tuzla
The Turkish flagged bulk container broke down while laying to Istanbul Tuzla Shipyard from Israel.

A vessel broke down in Canakkale Bosphorus

The Turkish flagged bulk container broke down while laying to Istanbul Tuzla Shipyard from Israel.

The Turkish flagged bulk container named "Duden 2" had defect in machine in the Kepez region of Canakkale Bosphorus while laying to Istanbul Tuzla Shipyard as off-load for maintenance.

The vessel, which scoured for a while, had to anchor when the captain couldn"t fix the problem. Marine Traffic Station has sent a trailer named "Sonduren 5" in terms of security. Then the vessel was moved aside Karanlik port region.

www.TurkishMaritime.com.tr

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