A second livestock carrier managed by China’s Accord Ship Management has been arrested, this time in southeast Australia by the Singapore arm of Dan-Bunkering.

Court records indicate that the 11,670-gt Yangtze Fortune (built 2005) was arrested at an anchorage off Portland, Victoria, over a bunker bill dispute.

Australian livestock exporter UMMS Projects & Livestock and produce exporter Australian Global Exports have filed caveats against the lifting of the arrest.