September 12, 2016 | BY KWANWOO JUN
SEOUL—A Hanjin Shipping Co. vessel was set to finish unloading freight in California on Monday, clearing the way for more of its ships to dock, as the ailing South Korean company works with ports in the U.S. and around the world to get a frozen supply chain moving again.
The Hanjin Greece docked at Long Beach, Calif., on Saturday and began unloading cargo Sunday after days of being stranded off the coast. A Hanjin Shipping spokeswoman in Seoul said at least three more cargo ships—the Hanjin Gdynia, the Hanjin Jungil and the Hanjin Montevideo—were expected to follow suit at the U.S. port.
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