With a load of 19,038 TEU, the Mumbai Maersk units a world file for highest-ever load and surpasses the legendary 19,000-mark for the very first time; not just for a Maersk vessel, however any vessel on the earth.
The second era Triple-E vessel left the dock of Tanjung Pelepas Port, Malaysia, over the previous weekend and sails now into Europe. First cease is anticipated at Rottendam on September fifth.
The Mumbai Maersk is a 2nd era Triple-E class vessel with a nominal capability of 20,568 TEU. The vessel is the most recent to enter the Triple-E fleet in May 2018 and is deployed on the Asia-to-Europe service (AE5). The world file load of 19,038 TEU has raised a brand new bar for Maersk by surpassing Madison Maersk, a 1st era Triple-E class vessel, which reached 18,215 TEU in 2015. At the identical time, Mumbai Maersk overtakes all different reported file loadings from different carriers.
The record-breaking load additionally marks an indication of strategic progress for Maersk. Tanjung Pelepas is likely one of the hub terminals the place productiveness is at the moment excessive, additionally benefitting Maersk Line in step with the integrator technique.
“Our hubs are at the moment breaking current productiveness information. This file on most loaded containers throughout a port keep is one in all many illustrations displaying that we’re well-positioned to develop into an organization of operators who’re proud, passionate and world-class at servicing our shoppers,” says Keith Svendsen, Chief Operating Officer at APM Terminals.
The Port of Tanjung Pelepas is a container port positioned in Iskandar Puteri, Johor Bahru District, Johor, Malaysia. Positioning itself as a alternative different to Singapore’s terminals, it highlights its proximity to the Tuas Second Link which ends up in Singapore. (Source: Maersk – Image: Mumbai Maersk)
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