The six-day blockage threw global supply chains into disarray after the 400-metre-long (430-yard) ship became jammed diagonally across a southern section of the canal, the shortest shipping route between Europe and Asia.
The captain explained that investigations shall answer the question of whether the ship's captain followed the instructions of the Suez Canal guide or not before its grounding pointing out that the process will be carried out in public for it is an issue of global interest.
The massive container ship was wedged into the Suez Canal's bank for nearly a week, costing companies billions of dollars each day.
The pilot delivers a amusing commentary as it is noticed that Suez Canal has become blocked by the giant ship.
"The backlog of ships will likely take four to five days to be back to normal, Jan Hoffmann, an UNCTAD expert on logistics, told a briefing on Tuesday, adding that it could take several months to clear the knock-on backlog at ports".
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Many did not think that it would take long for the cargo ship to appear in videogames and it now appears that Microsoft's flight simulator is the first game in which it is made an appearance.
"We didn't hope for something like this, but fate was doing its work".
Rabie has said the SCA will look at giving discounts to shippers affected by the stoppage.
RCBC's Mr. Ricafort said the Philippines' oil, petroleum and fuel imports are not affected since they do not pass through the Suez Canal.
He also said the canal was reinforcing its technical capabilities by bringing in more tug boats and dredging machinery.
The Japanese owner of the Ever Given said it had not received any claims or lawsuits over the blockage.