A cargo ship carrying nearly 4,000 vehicles appears to be on the cusp of sinking.
Why are so many auto cargo ships catching fire?
Do fires ignite more easily when cars are packed in ships too tightly? Electric vehicles? Something else?
Also, who does the Japanese ship owner Shoei Kisen Kaisha keep having these mishaps? First the Ever Given, and now this Dutch coastal disaster?
Will these auto shipping challenges cause companies to pay for visibility solutions in order to avoid future problems?