There’s a new holder of “the world’s largest containership” title and it’s another Evergreen Marine Corporation giant, the 24,000 TEU Ever Alot, Delivered Wednesday by China’s Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding (Group) Co Ltd, it
A third attempt to refloat the grounded containership Ever Forward was made yesterday. It failed and the ship remains aground in Chesapeake Bay. Today, shipowner Evergreen Marine said that, “in light of
Yesterday’s attempt to refloat the giant containership Ever Forward using five tugs did not succeed. The 1,095 foot long, 12,118 TEU Evergreen Marine containership remains grounded in Chesapeake Bay. Cargo claims consultancy
Although the 1,095 foot long, 12,118 TEU Evergreen Marine containership Ever Forward remains grounded in Chesapeake Bay, salvor Donjon Smit began efforts to free the vessel Sunday. That was one week after
According to the latest update from cargo claims consultancy W.K. Webster, the Evergreen Marine containership Ever Forward remains grounded in the Chesapeake Bay area. “It is apparent that efforts to refloat the
Efforts to refloat Ever Given, the giant containership that has been blocking the channel since March 23, have succeeded. As we reported earlier, the ship had been partially refloated by this morning.
FEBRUARY 8, 2018 — Taiwan’s Evergreen Marine Corp. (EMC) has entered into an agreement with South Korean shipbuilder Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) covering the construction of eight 11,000 TEU containerships. According to