December 3, 2021 – Danaos-owned Zim-chartered vessel Zim Kingston, which lost 109 containers amid a cargo fire off the coast of Vancouver in October, is set to leave its mooring on Constance Bank, near Vancouver Island, on Friday. It will be heading for the port of Nanaimo, on Vancouver Island’s east shore, where discharge of the undamaged cargo will reportedly take place. However, casualty support company WK Webster said Zim Kingston would discharge only damaged containers on Vancouver Island, before the ship heads to the Port of Vancouver to unload the remaining cargo. No confirmation of this plan has been received from either Zim or Danaos. For our customers on this affected vessel that have already put up their Average Bond, containers will be released once arrived. For more details, please contact us at zimkingston