Huge Cargo Ship Loses Dozens of Containers in Rough Sea off Coast of Australia

The APL England, a ship with the capacity to carry over 5,000 shipping containers, lost 40 containers (Plasma TVs, Fridges) in rough seas off the east coast of Australia on Monday, May 25, according to the Australian Maritime Safety Authority.
“An additional 74 containers are damaged and collapsed on the deck of the ship, while a further six containers are reported to be protruding from starboard side and three containers from the port side of the ship,” said the authority in a Facebook post.
The Singapore-flagged vessel was traveling from China and was en route to Melbourne. It returned to dock at the Port of Brisbane following the incident.


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When does title to property transfer to the owner when goods are in transit.

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Australians are descended from thieves. I would not be surprised if someone deliberately made the container contents disappear and then threw the containers overboard

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