Triple-E route announced

When the new Maersk Line Triple-E vessels will begin operations, their route will pass e.g. Denmark. Here you can see at which ports the Triple-E will call.

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The Maersk Line Triple-E vessels will begin operations this year and when the first five of the ships will be deployed on the decisive route between Asia and Europe they will have to call at thirteen ports in ten countries on the route, Maersk informs ShippingWatch.

On Monday, ShippingWatch reported that, Maersk Line is making a lot of efforts to prepare the ports along its AE 10 route. The preparation consists of equipping the ports with cranes with a longer reach than the existing cranes and which will be able to reach a height of ten containers. The most important ports to prepare are Tanjung Pelepas in Malaysia, Rotterdam in the Netherlands and Algeciras in the South of Spain.

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