On 19 May, the world’s largest 24000 TEU Ultra Large Container Carriers (ULCC) No. 2 built by Hudong-Zhonghua was undocked successfully in Changxing Shipbuilding Base.
A giant container vessel that was stuck in the Chesapeake Bay for over five weeks is on the go, once again. The Ever Forward cargo vessel reached Annapolis at about 10 am on Sunday.
Container removal began Saturday for Evergreen’s ‘Ever Forward’ refloat operation in the Chesapeake Bay. Removal to continue in daylight hours over the next several days.
It has been a little more than three weeks since a massive cargo vessel had run aground in the Chesapeake Bay and containers onboard will have to be unloaded, the US Coast Guard reported.
USCG, Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE) and Evergreen Marine Corporation continue work to refloat ‘Ever Forward’. Refloat attempts to resume next week following additional dredging to depth of 43 feet.
There is a future-proof plan to refloat a 1,095-foot Ever Forward that was stranded in the Chesapeake Bay for some days, the vessel’s operator reported on Friday.
A 1,095-foot container vessel operated by Evergreen Marine Corp, the company whose vessel had reportedly blocked the Suez Canal in 2021 for almost a week, holding up several billions of dollars in worldwide trade, has remained stuck in the Chesapeake Bay from Sunday night.
Owned by Evergreen Marine Corporation, Ever Ace has two Alfa Laval PureSOx scrubbers with a shared water cleaning system (WCS). This consolidated solution provides maximum reliability with a minimal footprint.
Giant Panamanian container ship EVER ALP on its first voyage within the southern convoy in the navigational course of the new canal coming from Qingdao port in China
China’s first and world’s largest 24000TEU container ship was successfully undocked at No. 1 Dock at Hudong Zhonghua Changxing Shipbuilding Base under China State Shipbuilding Corporation, marking another major breakthrough made by China Shipbuilding Industry in the field of ultra-large container ship construction.