Vancouver: The unfortunately named MOL Precision is in the news again for its less than precise operations. The 2002-built, 6,350 teu Japanese ship has hit a berth while docking at Port Metro Vancouver in British Columbia.
The Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB) has deployed a team of investigators to the scene.
Two months ago, the same ship was detained by the US Coast Guard in Seattle after a number of violations were discovered during a port state control exam of the Panamanian-flagged ship.
MOL has unlucky form when it comes to ship names and their actions, memorably the MOL Maneuver’s collision with a Chinese feedership back in February 2012.