The total value of goods destined for Europe but still in 18,300 containers on board is said to be worth over US$600 million.
Egyptian authorities have said they will not release the massive ship until its owners agree to pay up to US$1 billion in compensation.
The Ever Given will be placed under court supervision until the operator fulfils the Suez Canal Authority's demands, report says.
Industry experts have estimated the total value of goods marooned at sea at anywhere between US$3 billion and US$9.6 billion.
Tug boats, dredgers and heavy earth-moving equipment have been deployed, but so far the ship has not budged.
Malaysia's trade volume in the region is not large, although there could be delays in some shipments as efforts continue to refloat the 400m Ever Given cargo ship.