In fact, at the time of the incident, the vessel was heading to Port of Long Beach.
For the records, the New Panamax containership is operated by Singapore-based Ocean Network Express (ONE) and deployed in Hapag-Lloyed’s Pacific South Loop 7 (PS7) service.
In light of the situation, Hapag-Lloyd informed:
According to our partner ONE, who is the operator of the good vessel, a limited number of containers are affected by this incident. Considering the terminal congestion expected in the California ports the vessel is expected to be significantly delayed and a schedule recovery plan will be shared once available.
Speaking about container loss incidents, the Swedish Club issued a report to provide an overview of statistics, as well as advice on preventing such losses.