Lloyd's Register lands Maersk's new container ships

Classification company Lloyd's Register will be responsible for Maersk Line's seven new container ships, set to be built at Cosco Zhoushan Shipyard in China.

Lloyd's Register has won the contract to classify the seven new container ships of 3,600 teu, which Maersk Line ordered this spring as part of the carrier's upcoming investment program for the fleet, including both new vessels and upgrading older vessels.

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