Shipper, Insurer Seek $2.5M For Collision Damage

Law360, London (January 6, 2021, 4:25 PM GMT) -- Solomon Shipping Inc. and its insurer are seeking more than $2.5 million from the owners of an allegedly adrift vessel at a port in Bangladesh that damaged its cargo ship, which was ultimately sold for scrap.

The Malta-based shipping company said in its High Court claim that its cargo ship, the M/V Kyriakos, was at the port unloading cargo in August 2018 when the vessel began drifting toward it. The vessel, identified as the Amis Integrity, was moving downstream with the current, dragging her anchor and drifting without engine power, according to Solomon's Dec. 23 particulars of claim.

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