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|Here your see the most modern and quickest container harbour in the World. All vehicles carrying containers are fully computer controlled.||09/28/2005||340|
|Here your see the most modern and quickest container harbour in the world. All vehicles carrying containers are fully computer controlled.||09/29/2005||369|
|Aside this ca. 640ft. container-ship, which is being (un-)loaded there are 2 large commercial ships, a large container harbour and much more. Nice area to have a look around, good resolution.||08/21/2005||384|
|Five big container ships, Hong Kong Harbor||07/31/2005||456|
|Container ships being loaded in Anchorage (Alaska)- the left one by trucks - the other one by crane.||06/08/2006||543|
|A container ship with lots of containers and two cars. The ship guiding it is ahead to the west.||11/05/2006||727|
|The Maersk E Series comprises eight 14,770 twenty-foot equivalent unit (TEU) container ships. Each sister ship bear names beginning with the letter "E", tie for the largest container ship ever constructed, and are the longest ships currently in use. The first in the class built was Emma Maersk by Odense Steel Shipyard Ltd., Denmark.||02/02/2011||779|
|Because of an engine failure, container ship ‘Safmarine Agulhas’ ran heavily aground on Monday night 26th June at approximately 21h15, shortly after leaving the port of East London en route to Durban. The vessel had 662 tonnes of heavy fuel on board and 88 tonnes of diesel oil. She was carrying 469 loaded containers and 112 empty containers.||04/01/2010||839|
|Look close. All of these containers will be burried. then another layer of containers will be put on top and they will be burried also. I hate to know what is inside of the containers.||04/22/2007||898|
|This is the place where Maersk containers are made. Just outside Tinglev.|
You can also see the Maersk star at the factory.
|Make sure your 3D buildings layer is enabled, and you'll see the US Naval Hospital ship in 3D, as well as multiple other ships, dry docks, and cranes. ||02/24/2009||1,387|
|5,283-gt Indonesian-flagged container M/V Tanto Niaga (ex-Eastern Satellite, IMO 7351915) collided with 8,577-gt Indonesian-flagged container Mitra Ocean (ex-Jenny Porr) at Tanjung Perak port in Surbaya, East Java, on May 24 at 1900LT.|
Tanto Niaga was on a voyage from Belawan Port in Medan, North Sumatra. She was planning to come alongside at Berlian Jasa Terminal when the collision took...