World’s largest cargo ship ever at 400 meters, ‘MOL Triumph’ docks

World’s largest cargo ship ever at 400 meters, ‘MOL Triumph’ docks

The 400 meter long MOL Triumph, which is said to be the largest cargo ship ever, will soon enter service this year. The cargo ship is one-of-its-kind ultra-large container vessel that is claimed to be more fuel efficient than other previous carriers

The 20,170-TEU MOL Triumph docked at the HHLA Container Terminal Burchardkai (CTB) in the Port of Hamburg on Monday, making it the first vessel with capacity of more than 20,000 TEUs to ever call the German port. By Elizabeth Landrum |Wednesday,

MOL TRIUMPH arrives punctually and with ease in Hamburg

Monday 15 May around nine in the evening the MOL TRIUMPH, one of the biggest containerships in the world, made fast in Hamburg at HHLA Container Terminal Burchardkai (CTB). The new flagship of Japanese shipping company Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL)

The container ship MOL Triumph, accompanied by a tug boat, docks at the Burchardkai Terminal in Hamburg, Germany, Monday May 15, 2017. At 400 metres long, the MOL Triumph is among the largest ships in the world, and is the first to be able to transport

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