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Shippers with cargo on board the arrested Ever Given are likely to have to wait another week to find out when their goods might be released.

Over the weekend, an Egyptian court heard from the shipowner’s legal team, which argued that the Suez Canal Authority was at fault for the grounding of the vessel in the waterway on 23 March, as, given its size and the weather conditions, it should have been accompanied by two tugs.

Japan’s Shoei Kisen also filed a $100,000 compensation claim against the SCA for “losses related to its detention.” However, the court in Ismailia yesterday rejected the appeal and upheld the SCA’s continued detention of the vessel, referring the case to a higher court, which is expected to hear claims on Sunday. Read more at The Loadstar.