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Here are Maersk Line's own pictures of the Triple-E

Maersk Line has now published a series of pictures from the construction of the first Triple-E ship, which will be delivered by the end of June this year. See some of the pictures below.

In about three months, the first Triple-E ship will be named and launched from Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering in South Korea. And another 19 similar ships are expected over the next two years, bringing the total Triple-E fleet up to 20 giant ships of 18,000 teu each, to service the Asia-Europe routes.

The first peeks at the ship were revealed by photographers who had been snooping around with telephoto lenses, but now Maersk Line has published a series of pictures, some of which you can see below:

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