The largest container ship operator in the world, MSC, blames American businesses for the diverted cargo issue at the Baltimore port. 

Due to the terrible bridge collapse caused by a container ship accident in the Port of Baltimore, MSC, the largest ocean carrier in the world, has joined the list of ocean carriers who have stopped delivering diverted containers outside of the port for shipping clients.   

Due to the Baltimore port's extended closure, the shipper is now responsible for picking up cargo at a different port and transporting it to its final destination.  

MSC clarified that for client containers already on way to the Port of Baltimore, cargo will be redirected and discharged at a different port where it will be made available for pickup in an email to customers that CNBC was able to get on Thursday. 

"For these shipments, the contract of carriage will be declared terminated at this alternate port and storage,  

D&Ds and on-carriage costs to the initially intended destination will be for the sole cargo's account," according to the advise issued by MSC.  

MSC went on to say that "passage to and from Baltimore is at this time impossible and will not be reestablished for several weeks if not months." 

CMA CGM, COSCO, and Evergreen were among the first carriers to announce such steps and, in certain circumstances,   

legally declare "force majeure," a legal term that refers to the power to waive contract obligations when situations beyond a party's control occur.  

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