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  1. May haba itong 172 km na nagdurogtong sa Dagat Mediteranyo, Golpo ng Suez, Dagat Pula at Karagatang Indiyan. Ito ay ginagamit para sa mga barkong may dalang kalakal. Ang lathalaing ito ay isang usbong. Makatutulong ka sa Wikipedia sa nito.

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Suez_CanalSuez Canal - Wikipedia

    The Suez Canal Economic Zone, sometimes shortened to the Suez Canal Zone, describes the set of locations neighbouring the canal where customs rates have been reduced to zero in order to attract investment. The zone comprises over 600 km 2 (230 sq mi) within the governorates of Port Said, Ismailia and Suez.

    • 25 September 1859; 162 years ago
    • 193.3 km (120.1 miles)
    • 17 November 1869; 151 years ago
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  3. Bagong Kanal Suez. 84 iba pang kumpanya. Ang Bagong Kanal Suez ( Arabe: قناة السويس الجديدة ‎) ay ang pangalan ng proyekto ng daanang-tubig sa Ehipto, na magpapalawak ng kasalukuyang Kanal Suez sa pagitan ng Dagat Mediterranean at Dagat Pula. Inilunsad ito kasabay ng planong magtayô pa ng anim na bagong lagusan sa ilalim ng ...

    • 21 milya (34 km)
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  4. bcl.wikipedia.org › wiki › Kanal_SuezKanal Suez - Wikipedia

    Kanal Suez. An Kanal Suez ( (Arabe: قناة السويس‎ Qanāt al-Sūwais) na bisto man sa bansag niyang "An Tinampo paIndya), sarong artipisyal na salog sa Ehipto na nagsusumpay kan Dagat Mediterraneo sa Pulang Dagat. Binuksan kan Nobyembre 1869 pakalihis sampolong taon na paghohonggad, ini nagin madalian an pagbyaheng dagat haleng Europa ...

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    The Suez Canal, one of the world's most important trading routes, was opened in 1869. By 2021 approximately fifty ships per day travelled through the canal, about 12% of total global trade at the time. For much of its length, however, the canal is not wide enough to allow traffic to travel in both directions at once; convoys of ships must take turns transiting these segments of the waterway. An expansion projectis underway, but significant portions of the canal remain single-lane. Ever Given (IMO 9811000) was laid down on 25 December 2015, launched 9 May 2018, and completed 25 September 2018, replacing an earlier ship of the same name (IMO 8320901). Shoei Kisen Kaisha, a subsidiary of Japan's Imabari Shipbuilding, owns the ship. The operator is the Taiwan-based container shipping company Evergreen Marine, which leases the ship. The vessel is managed by Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement. The vessel is registered in Panama. All crew were Indian nationals and none were injured in the inc...

    On 23 March 2021, at 07:40 EGY (05:40 UTC), Ever Given was travelling through the Suez Canal, when it was caught in a sandstorm. The strong winds, which exceeded 40 kn (74 km/h; 46 mph), resulted in the "loss of the ability to steer the ship", causing the hull to deviate. The ship then ran aground at the 151 km (82 nmi) mark (measured from Port Said on the Mediterranean Sea; 10 km (5.4 nmi) from Suez Port on the Gulf of Suez), and turned sideways, unable to free itself, blocking the canal on both sides. The crew consisting entirely of Indian nationals was accounted for and no injuries were reported. At the time of the incident, the ship was travelling from Tanjung Pelepas, Malaysia, to the Port of Rotterdam, Netherlands. It was fifth in a northbound convoy, with fifteen vessels behind it when it ran agroundnear the village of Manshiyet Rugola. According to an analysis of data from ship-tracking websites by Evert Lataire, head of Maritime Technology division at the University of Ghen...

    In the immediate aftermath of the grounding, the Suez Canal Authority engaged the Dutch company Royal Boskalis Westminster through its subsidiary Smit Salvage to manage marine salvage operations. Their team of experts worked in close collaboration with the Canal Authority, calculating the timing and direction of efforts, and coordinating a team of Egyptian, Dutch, and Japanese workers. Tugs were needed to apply force to move the ship, by towing or pushing, and suction dredgers to remove sand and silt from under the bow and stern of the ship. High-capacity pumps were to reduce or redistribute the weight of fuel oil and water ballast on the ship. If this was insufficient to refloat the ship, large floating cranes could be brought in to remove containers, but this would be a slow and difficult operation, with the care needed to maintain the stability of the ship and avoid it breaking up. Some Egyptian officials suggested the possibility of using heavy lift helicopters, but none are cap...

    Merchant marine operations, both historically and currently, are complex, expensive, risky, and multi-jurisdictional as covered under centuries old Admiralty law.

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    Maritime and logistics experts warned that the incident would likely result in shipping delays of everyday items for customers around the world. Maritime historian Sal Mercogliano told the Associated Press: "Every day the canal is closed… container ships and tankers are not delivering food, fuel and manufactured goods to Europe and goods are not being exported from Europe to the Far East." Lloyd's List estimated during the blockage the value of the goods delayed each hour at US$400 million, a...

    Knock-on delays

    The event delayed goods, which impacted industries with existing shortages, such as with semiconductors, thereby influencing markets already at risk of collapsing. To mitigate shortages of goods in the long term, future shipments could be ordered earlier than normal until the difference has been made up. However, a consultant at another firm noted that even a short-term disruption at the Suez Canal would have a domino effect for several months along the supply chain, an effect already apparen...

    Alternative routes

    The default alternative route for maritime traffic between Asia and Europe is to go around Africa via the Cape of Good Hope, a trip which can add up to two weeks to journey time, with this alternative having already been taken by some ships as of 26 March. Russia used the incident to promote its Arctic shipping routesas a shorter alternative to carrying goods around Africa. Concerns about piracy, due to the unprecedented concentration of valuable shipping in such a small area, prompted shippi...

    Various internet memes about the incident have been published, alongside numerous jokes. "Ever Given Ever Ywhere", a web app that allows users to place Ever Given anywhere in the world also went viral. Jokes and memes have been posted by users on mobile-platform TikTok depicting their personal interpretations of the incident. Individual suggestions for fixing the incident in a joking manner were also spread on Twitter, alongside comments over the relevance of some users' feeling that their personal issues corresponded to the ship being stuck. Mods were created for Microsoft Flight Simulator showing the ship grounded in the canal. On the day that the Ever Given was unblocked, Google celebrated the event by adding in an Easter egg where searching "Suez Canal" or "Ever Given" would display an animation of boats moving along the sidebar. Some commentators made humorous references to the 1982 book How to Avoid Huge Ships. An April Fools' story published by The Guardian, claiming plans to...

    1974 Suez Canal Clearance Operation, a US-led operation to clear the canal of naval mines and wrecked ships after the Six-Day War
    Chellel, Kit; Matthew Campbell; and K Oahn Ha; "Six Days in Suez: The Inside Story of the Ship That Broke Global Trade", Bloomberg Businessweek, 23 June 2021.
    • 6 days and 7 hours
    • 07:40 EGY (05:40 UTC)
  5. Suez Canal. The Suez Canal ( Arabic: قناة السويس, Qanā al-Suways, French: Le Canal de Suez) is a canal in Egypt. It lies west of the Sinai Peninsula. The canal is 163 km long (101 miles) and, at its narrowest point, 200 m wide (656 ft). It runs between Port Said ( Būr Sa'īd) on the Mediterranean Sea, and Suez ( al-Suways) on the ...

  6. The opening of the Suez Canal in March 1869 provided a more direct trading route between Europe and the Philippines, allowing businesses to grow and the number of Jews in the Philippines to increase. Nagbigay ang pagbukas ng Kanal Suez noong 1869 ng mas tuwirang rutang pangkalakalan sa pagitan ng Europa at ng Pilipinas, at lumago ang mga ...

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