World's biggest container ship launched

Yesterday Chinese CSCL named the first of its five new container ships, the biggest container ships ever built. The ship can carry 19,000 teu.


The biggest container ship to ever sail the world seas is now ready to start servicing customers.

On Tuesday, owner CSCL inaugurated the new giant ship, which has a capacity of 19,000 teu, naming it the CSCL Globe. Globe represents the first of five ships delivered from Hyundai Heavy Industries to CSCL.

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