Norms eased at JNPT after cyberattack


Navi Mumbai: In damage control mode, JNPT has eased sailing operations so that trade does not take a hit. JNPT has told its terminal and the two others operated by D P World to allow berthing of inbound vessels of the APM Maersk-operated terminal, whose functioning took a hit after the ransomware attack at the shipping major’s headquarters in Copenhagen, Denmark. APM Maersk has the biggest of the four terminals at JNPT.

JNPT chairman Anil Diggikar said incoming vessels scheduled at the APM-operated terminal berthed at the other three terminals; export shipments will not suffer. Ravi Gaitonde, chief operating officer, APM Terminals (Mumbai) said vessels had started berthing at their terminal as they reconfigured the local server.

Source: Pressreader

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