EVO and Fenedex investigated the problems that caused the bankruptcy among connected companies. There was also a lack of clarity for Dutch companies regarding the location of the goods, a press report from the organisation shows. "Some ships were floating around with perishables such as milk products on board, an important Dutch export product. Many companies are speaking of double logistic costs due to delays and the input of other transport methods, such as airfreight. An electronics company had to send the same shipment again by airfreight to prevent empty shelves in stores. Building projects have also been paused, as essential parts that couldn't be flown in again, were still at sea. Finally, there are still trading and production companies that can't access their shipments, as the containers are still at the terminals."