Maersk Line sets record by transporting 17,603 containers

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Maersk Line has set a new world record by transporting 17,603 containers between Europe and Asia, on its flagship vessel. Mary Maersk, the third vessel...

 

Maersk Line has set a new world record by transporting 17,603 containers between Europe and Asia, on its flagship vessel.

 

Mary Maersk, the third vessel in the triple-E class series, left Algeciras, Spain, on its eastward journey bound for Tanjung Pelepas, Malaysia with the record amount. It has a nominal capacity of 18,270 TEU, but so far that capacity has not been fully utilised.

 

For more information, read our sister title Business Review Europe, for further information. Watch the video above to see Mary Maersk leave Algeciras.

 

 

 

 

 

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