Hanjin Says More Vessels to Unload at Long Beach After RulingBy and
Hanjin Greece set to depart early Sept. 12 on clearing cargo
U.S. bankruptcy court order clears way for easing gridlock
The beleaguered South Korean container line Hanjin Shipping Co. said Monday more vessels are in line to unload cargo at Long Beach port in California after a U.S. court Friday granted bankruptcy protection, easing a gridlock that disrupted delivery of goods.
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