Marine insurance industry concerned about mega-ships

The number of accidents is declining, but the steadily growing ships are a source of concern for marine insurance companies, says Helle Hammer, CEO of the Nordic association Cefor.
Photo: Cefor
Photo: Cefor

Chinese container carriers are already ordering ships that are bigger than Maersk Line's Triple-E series of 18,000 teu. The biggest ships set to sail the world seas will allegedly be around 22,000 teu, and the development is not likely to stop there.

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