Hang Tong was delivered to Karachi port 48 days later

A large cargo ship ‘Hang Tong 77’ sunk in the sand on the beach in Clifton area of ​​Karachi has been taken out and delivered to Karachi port after 48 days.

According to sources, the plane landed at the terminal early in the morning, while the Ministry of Maritime Affairs has not yet completed its investigation into the plane.

It should be noted that the crew of Gadani Shipbreaking Ian Shipbreaking Company played a key role in evacuating the ship.

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According to company sources, the ship was removed from the tug master but the form was used differently.

The Hang Tong 77, registered in Panama, sank on the beach near Clifton on the night of July 20 and 21 due to a broken anchor on its way to the port of Karachi.

More than two dozen attempts were made to evacuate the ship, but the Ian Shipbreaking Company’s previous attempt was successful.

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Last month, in an attempt to evacuate the ship, the ship was stranded again 1km off the coast.

In this situation, the captain of the ship blamed the C-Max company and the captain of the ship for the failure of the operation.