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K-Line receives 14,000-TEU containership ‘Milano Bridge’


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K Line has announced the delivery of ‘Milano Bridge’, a 14,000-TEU Containership at Hiroshima Shipyard of Imabari Shipbuilding Ltd, Japan on 18 January.

This new ultra-large containership (hereafter called ULCS) is same as the series delivered in 2015 and first ship of the second generation. It will be deployed on the Asia-Mediterranean service (MED2) under THE-Alliance. ‘K’ Line has five ULCSs scheduled for delivery this year, bringing the total to 10 units.

 


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