Marine and Shipbuilding Monthly Journal
Seoul Ra-11997(ISSN: 2005-3061)



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    Blazing a path through Canada’s icy waters [Feb 2016] The Canadian city of Montreal numbers among North America’s most important hubs for maritime cargo. Hapag-Lloyd’s ships help keep the waterways ice-free in winter. Vessels sailing through the Gulf of Saint Lawrence and along the Saint Lawrence River can get deep into the North American continent. The stretch leading to Montreal measures nearly 700 nautical miles
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    Hapag-Lloyd, Panama Canal - Restrictions to Transiting Vessels [Aug 2015] The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) has issued an Advisory to Shipping which sets a draft restriction to be observed by shipping agents, owners and operators working with the Canal. These temporary and preventive measures are due to an anticipated climatic variability event related to El Nino,
    Container ships soon to sail unmanned? [Aug 2015] Underground trains without a driver, cars that drive themselves and computer-controlled container transport vehicles at terminals are all increasingly replacing vehicles with a person behind the wheel around the world. Now Rolls-Royce and the European Commission-sponsored project “MUNIN” are among those developing concepts for unmanned ships as well.
    Hapag-Lloyd orders five new container ships to Hyundai Samho Heavy [Apr 2015] Hapag-Lloyd today ordered five container vessels with a capacity of 10,500 standard containers (TEU) each from the South Korean shipyard Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries. The ships are to be built at the yard in Samho, on the south coast of Korea. They will be deployed primarily on South American routes.
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