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The top 10 container shipping companies, in order. Amazing. I live in Portland Oregon and I've never seen half of them. I've seen Maersk, Cosco, Hapeg-Lloyd, Evergreen and Hanjin but I've never seen M/SC, CMA-CGM, APL, China Shipping or Mitsui O.S.K. Lines.

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South African authorities raided six container shipping companies on September 28, 2016 on suspicion of colluding to inflate rates, Reuters reported.

from BBC News

The world's biggest ship - for 53 days

Owned by Mediterranean Shipping Company, built by Daewoo in South Korea 395.4m long, 30.3m deep and 59m in breadth; gross tonnage 193,000 tons The Oscar will fly under a Panamanian flag and service trade routes between Asia and Europe CSCL Global


Editor’s Note: Danish business conglomerate A.P. Moeller-Maersk A/S, owner of the world’s biggest container shipping company and other marine, energy, and logistics related companies, announced the details of its breakup on Thursday, setting a new course for itself that focusses more on its core transportation and logistics services and away from its oil and oil …

Another Shipping Container 'Cafe' (Dunway Enterprises)


MSC NATALIA - Mediterranean Shipping Company container ship - 2016 - YouTube


How To Build Your Own Shipping Container Home

Shipping container homes allow building a durable and eco-friendly home for around half the price of a traditional home. Builders and contractors use intermodal steel... #containerhome #shippingcontainer

from WSJ

Hanjin Shipping Nears Bankruptcy After Creditors End Support

Hanjin’s container terminal in Busan in 2013. Hanjin is the world’s ninth-largest container shipping company...Hanjin Shipping Nears Bankruptcy After Creditors End Support. SEOUL—Creditors of one of the world’s major shipping companies, South Korea’s Hanjin Shipping Co., said they would no longer give it financial support, pushing the company close to bankruptcy.


Giants of the canal: the container ships plying Suez

The Ebba Maersk container ship, operated by A.P. Moeller-Maersk A/S, leaves Suez port and heads towards the Red Sea after passing through the Suez Canal. Maersk, the world's biggest container shipping company, will stop plying through the Panama Canal to move goods from Asia to the US east coast as bigger ships mean that it is more profitable to use the Suez Canal