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    “MSC Gülsün” – World’s largest container ship docks in Bremerhaven

    Currently the world’s largest container ship, the MSC “Gülsün”, docked for the first time at the MSC Gate Terminal in Bremerhaven on 19 August.
    Following a construction period of around three years, the ship was taken into operation by the owner Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) on 4 July 2019 and put into scheduled service (Silk Service) between Asia and Europe. With a length of 399.9 metres, a width of 61.55 metres, a draught of up to 16.5 metres and a transport capacity of around 23,000 standard containers (TEUs), the “MSC GÜLSÜN” clearly surpasses the current record holder, Orient Overseas Container Line’s (OOCL) G-class.

    MSC Gulsun

    Friedrich Stuhrmann, Managing Director of MSC Gate, was impressed by the dimensions of the new ship class: “They represent the next step in ever larger ship sizes. The privilege to be a fixed port of call on the maiden voyage of such a mega vessel is really exciting for all concerned. Obviously, we are well-prepared for the arrival of the MSC Megamax-24 class and will handle these ships with our usual quality. MSC Gate already handles several ships a week in MSC’s Pegasus class and Maersk’s Triple-E class, and therefore demonstrates its performance capacity on a weekly basis. We have the capability to handle this new ship class.”
    The container carrier is the first of 11 ships in total in the so-called MSC Megamax-24 class, which MSC has commissioned from two Korean shipyards. The sister ship “MSC Mina” is also currently on its maiden voyage from Eastern Asia to Europe. It arrived in Bremerhaven on 9 September.