Salvers removed 38 tally containers in Baltimore

Salvers removed 38 tally containers in Baltimore

By PortalPortuario editorial staff

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Salvers About 38 containers have been removed DollyA container ship remains stable under the remains of the bridge Francis Scott Key Inside Baltimore.

After the ship docked with the bridge on March 26, removing the containers from the visibly damaged bow was a necessary step to gain access to the steel and road surface lying across the ship.

It is noteworthy that officials have indicated that the removal of containers will continue in the coming days when the weather permits.

Debris was removed for recycling and underwater removal of the submerged road bed from spans 19 and 17 of the bridge was carried out.

about, Estée Pinchesin, Commandant of the US Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore County“Incredible progress was made this week toward our goal of opening the limited-access deepwater recruitment pipeline. “Our incredible team of local, state, federal and community responders is focused on safely and efficiently removing trash and debris from federal canals and waterways.”

In addition, two small channels have been opened at each end of the bridge, and although marine traffic has been limited, 69 ships have passed since its construction, the Joint Command points out. An earlier announcement said the target was to open the 35-feet-deep channel for container ships of up to 4,500 teu by the end of April.


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