A high-profile container stack collapse off Hawaii has spun a complex web of claims as cargo insurers, carriers and vessel interests continue to trade blows more than two years after the incident.

The legal brawl taking place in a US federal court in New York is centred on the 14,000-teu ONE Apus (built 2019), a container ship owned by Japan’s NYK Line that operates in the services of Ocean Network Express (ONE).