NRF will supply 8 bottom pull type box coolers with DNV class for the world’s first autonomous, zero-emission vessel named Yara Birkeland.
Yang Ming Marine Transport Corp. (Yang Ming) and Shoei Kisen Kaisha Ltd. (Shoei Kisen) signed charter agreements for four 11,000 TEU containerships yesterday(10th April, 2019) in Hong Kong.
On container ships, cargo is carried in standardized containers, which are placed one over the other and secured using lashing. Proper care must be taken for monitoring the cargo containers when the ship is at the sea. Find out how to take care of cargo on container ships in the article inside.
Cargo securing through lashing and other methods is an important aspect of cargo stowage on container ships. Find out about the basics of container lashing in the article.
Ship Finance announces that it has acquired two 2016-built 19,400 TEU container vessels and contracted the vessels until late 2033, or for nearly 15 years, to a leading container line on long term bareboat charters.
Two new 14,000 TEU full-container vessels built for Yang Ming by Imabari Shipbuilding Co., Ltd., Japan, were named as YM Wonderland and YM Wisdom respectively at a ceremony held on 21st December 2018.
With a length of 320 metres and slot capacity of 8,102 TEU – 20-ft standard containers, ONE shipping group’s ‘ONE Continuity’ may not be among the biggest container ships ever seen in the Port of Hamburg.
On September 28th, HMM signed the formal contracts for its twenty eco-friendly mega containerships with three shipyards – DSME, HHI and SHI.
Lloyd’s Register’s powerful free guide – A Master’s Guide to Container Securing provides vital information on container security systems and the causes of lashing failures. It also offers advice as to how to minimize losses on container ships.