The Ever Given’s trap had far-reaching consequences. The giant container freighter, which had blocked the Suez Canal for six days, is now on the chain. Egypt claims damages from the Japanese owner. The vessel blocked the Suez Canal for about a week in March. But not only the global supply chain was constrained by this situation, but also the operators of the Suez Canal themselves suffered large losses. The Canal Office had said that Egypt had lost between 12 and 15 million dollars a day because of the blockade. As a result, they are demanding compensation of 900 million dollars for the blockade of the Suez Canal. Until the sum is received, the container ship is seized as security. We will keep you posted when the vessel will start moving.