Ever Given, a large cargo ship, crashed on the eastern coast of the Suez Canal on Tuesday, March 23. The Suez Canal Authority (SCA) reported that the front part of the ship got stuck on land in Asia and its back area in Africa. On Thursday evening, attempts to remove the sand and mud around the front area of Ever Given were done. Meanwhile, 14 tugboats pushed the ship to a higher sea level to try and remove it on Saturday, March 27. Peter Peter Berdowski, CEO of a Dutch construction company, mentioned that it may take days to weeks to remove the giant ship. The Suez Canal is an important trade passage between Asia and Europe. Due to the accident, there may be delays in the delivery of essentials and goods, as well as an increase in fuel price.