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First Triple-E vessel to Aarhus in August

First Triple-E vessel to Aarhus in August

17-05-2013 10:00:00


The first of the 20 Triple-E ships that Maersk Line are having built in South Korea is expected to be in Aarhus harbor around the 26th of August. The ship has been named Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller after the late shipping magnate.

The new container ship will officially be named in less than a month, on the 14th of June. 14 days after it is handed over to Maersk Line.

Before arriving in Aarhus the ship will stop by in Rotterdam, Bremerhaven and Gdansk. After Aarhus the ship continues to Gothenburg.

Source: Maersk Line


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