Following the arrival of the “MOL Triumph” (20,170 TEU) on 19 May and the “Madrid Maersk” (20,568 TEU) on the morning of Monday 12 June, the MV “OOCL Hong Kong” is expected to arrive in Rotterdam on the afternoon of Friday 23 June. At 21,413 TEU, it is the world’s largest container ship. It will also call in at the European ports of Felixstowe, Gdansk and Wilhelmshaven. The MV „OOCL Hong Kong“ is operated on the LL1 service of the OCEAN Alliance, involving eleven large container vessels in total.
MV „OOCL Hong Kong“ – facts & figures:
Flag: Hong Kong
IMO N° 9776171
Capacity: 21.413 TEU
Length: 399,87 Meter
Width: 58,80 Meter
Max. draught: 16,03 Meter
Carrying capacity: 191.421,9 ts
Gross tonnage: 210.890 BRZ
Orient Overseas Container Line Ltd. (OOCL) headquartered in Hong Kong counts among the world’s biggest integrated companies of international container shipping business, logistics services and operation of container terminals.