Maersk’s New Triple-E Ships Would Be The World’s Largest, Most Fuel Efficient Vessels

Maersk’s New Triple-E Ships Would Be The World’s Largest, Most Fuel Efficient Vessels
Innovation

The container vessels will have energy efficient features while also carrying more units than smaller class ships.

Naresh Kumar
  • 22 february 2011

Danish shipping company Maersk has recently ordered 10 of the world’s largest ships that are also the world’s most fuel-efficient container vessels. The “Triple-E” container ships, to be manufactured by the Korean firm Daewoo, are wider than any other vessel ever built and will have a capacity of 18,000 TEU (Twenty-foot equivalent units).

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