Freighter’s name has not been revealed, but according to available information, it’s very large container carrier CSAV TYNDALL . As of 1300 UTC Dec 8 CSAV TYNDALL was moving dead slow near collision site, heading back for Korea, probably Busan. Vessel is en route from Busan to Qingdao, ETA according to schedule Dec 9.

Source: https://www.fleetmon.com/maritime-news/2016/16303/hapag-lloyds-csav-tyndall-collided-fishing-vessel-/
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