Japanese shipping firm Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. (MOL) on Tuesday (25 August) published a seventh update on grounded bulk carrier MV Wakashio summarising shipowner Nagashiki’s plans to salvage parts of the vessel before its disposal as well as MOL’s own efforts to supply clean-up experts and equipment:
Tokyo-Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. (MOL; President: Junichiro Ikeda) as the Charterer of Capesize Bulker Wakashio, are doing everything possible to support the efforts of Owner and Manager, Nagashiki Shipping Co. Ltd. (Nagashiki) and their appointed teams in mitigating the effects of the spill. MOL deplores any incident of oil pollution and continues to offer support to all involved in the response.
Wakashio went aground off Mauritius on July 25, and the bunker oil leaked out on August 6, and the vessel broke apart on August 15.
The following information has been received from Nagashiki.
MOL as the Charterer, has dispatched a team of employees from MOL Group and clean-up equipment such as oil absorbent, to cooperate and support Nagashiki to recover the environment of Mauritius.
MOL plans to keep sending necessary equipment.
MOL will continue to work with the relevant authorities of Mauritius and Japan to mitigate the situation as soon as possible together with the shipowners.
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Photo credit: International Maritime Organisation
Published: 26 August, 2020
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