Jaguar Land Rover anticipates news of 1,200 autos stuck on grounded boat
Tata Motors-claimed Jaguar Land Rover said on Tuesday it was watching for news on the destiny of 1,200 extravagance vehicles on board a 51,000-ton auto transporter transport that has run ashore in the English Channel.
The auto producer has not given any evidence of the estimation of its load. As indicated by Reuters figurings, 1,200 of the organization's extravagance autos could be justified regardless of near to 100 million pounds (Us $151.80 million).
Rescue specialists are working all day and all night to right the Hoegh Osaka, which has been stuck on a sandbank off the south shore of England since Saturday.
Range Rovers and other Jaguar Land Rover models representing a large portion of the 1,400 vehicles on board are secured by protection, said a representative for the British carmaker.
"Despite everything we're assessing what has happened," the representative said, including, "Our principle target is to get sold requests to clients."
Rescue masters have yet to report again on the state of the payload, which may have moved as the vessel leaned to an almost 45 degree point.
The ship's holder, Hoegh Autoliners, has said its group deliberately stranded the boat after it started posting perilously tailing its takeoff from the port of Southampton, headed for Germany. An examination is in progress.