'K' Line takes Delivery of 14,000-TEU Containership

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

January 22, 2018

Milano Bridge (Photo: "K" Line)

Milano Bridge (Photo: "K" Line)

Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd., Tokyo, (“K” Line) has taken delivery a new 14,000-TEU containership, Milano Bridge, built at Hiroshima Shipyard of Imabari Shipbuilding Co., Ltd, Japan and handed over on January 18, 2018.
This new ultra-large containership (ULCS) is the same as a series delivered in 2015 and is the first ship of the second generation.

Milano Bridge will be deployed on the Asia-Mediterranean service (MED2) under THE-Alliance.

“K” Line said it has five ULCSs scheduled for delivery this year, bringing the total to 10 units.
LOA: 365.94 m
Beam: 51.2 m
Depth: 29.9 m
Draft: 15.5 m
DWT: 146,931 MT
No. of Containers: 13,900 TEU
Flag: Republic of Panama
Class: NK
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