One Hanjin boat starts unloading in Long Beach, while others are still anchored offshore

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One of 3 Hanjin ships idled for days off a Southern California seashore was authorised to wharf in Long Beach and start unloading load early Saturday, a pointer that a predicament sparked by a Korean shipping company’s failure competence be easing.

The Hanjin Greece, that had been during sea given withdrawal Busan on Aug. 21, docked during Pier T in Long Beach during 6:50 a.m., according to a Marine Exchange of Southern California, a trade controller for a L.A. and Long Beach pier complex. The boat is approaching to skip on Monday after unloading.

It’s not transparent when dual other ships, a Hanjin Montevideo and Hanjin Boston, will be means to wharf and be unloaded, though Carson burden forwarder Robert Krieger pronounced any transformation after some-more than a week of watchful is a good sign.

“The gridlock of zero function has stopped,” pronounced Krieger, boss of Krieger Worldwide. “If there’s been an agreement worked out for a Greece, we feel really confident other ships are going to come in.”

james.koren@latimes.com

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