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Indonesia: Grounded Cargo Vessel

Following the grounding of a
cargo vessel in the Java Sea, “KTC 1” off Karang Jamuang channel on last Thursday, 5 October 2017,
Budd Indonesia wishes to advise the following:

Salvage operations have not yet taken place and the vessel is still in the breached position,
at 06’53”17,8 S / 112’44”05,3 E. 16
crew members have been evacuated. All vessels proceeding in or out of the
Tanjung Perak port of Surabaya, via the Karang Jamuang channel, are advised to
proceed with caution.

It was reported that the vessel sailed in from Jamrud wharf, Tanjung
Perak Port in Surabaya, East Java, on Wednesday 4 October 2017 at 02.00 local
time, for Perawang, Pekanbaru (Riau Province), with a cargo of Limestone.

Information provided by Budd Indonesia


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