Container Ship

Container Ship

Container ships are cargo ships that carry all of their load in truck-size intermodal containers, in a technique called containerization. They form a common means of commercial intermodal freight transport.

Read more about Container Ship:  History, Architecture, Fleet Characteristics, Container Ports, Safety Issues

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Container Ship - Safety Issues
... In March 2007, a London based container ship capsized in Antwerp, Belgium while loading ... and ports managed in the wheel house may be dangerous, as evidenced by a container ship hitting the San Francisco – Oakland Bay Bridge on November 7 ... It has been estimated that container ships lose between 2,000 and 10,000 containers at sea each year, costing $370 million per year ...
List Of Cargo Ships - E
... M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Edith Mærsk - container ship for Maersk Line Emma Mærsk - container ship for Maersk Line Estelle Mærsk - container ship for Maersk ...
Tamkang University Maritime Museum - Ship Models - 輪船 Modern Commercial Ships
... Evergreen Marine Corporation's container ship Ever Trust Evergreen Marine Corporation's bulk carrier Ever Glory another typical container ship ... a Liberty ship ... A class of cargo ships built in the US between 1941 and 1945 to replace ships lost to U-boats during the war ...
Axel Mærsk
... The Axel Maersk (or Axel Mærsk) is a Danish merchant ship ... The container ship is part of the fleet of the Maersk Line ... The container ship has a length of 352.00 m (1,154.86 ft) and a beam of 43.00 m (141.08 ft) ...
Axel Mærsk - History and Facts
... The container ship Axel Maersk was built in 2003 in the ship-yard of the Maersk Line in Odense, Denmark ... The MMSI of the container ship is 220187000, the IMO number is 9260419 and the call sign is OUUY2 ... The ship has a large capacity of more than 9,000 TEUs ...

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