┬áThe Suez Canal remains blocked by the Ever Given cargo vessel for a sixth consecutive day, with more than 320 ships — including crude, product and chemical tankers, dry bulk carriers and container vessels — waiting to transit the canal from both sides as of March 28, according to data from S&P Global Platts’ ship tracking and trade-flow service cFlow . Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now By 1200 GMT, there were at least 28 crude tankers estimated to be carrying around 26 million barrels and 24 product and chemical tankers holding around 1 million mt waiting to navigate through the canal, according to cFlow. Some ships have started to divert from […]