ONE Adds New 14,000 TEU Boxship ONE Apus

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

April 25, 2019

 ONE APUS during the sea-trial. Photo: ONE

ONE APUS during the sea-trial. Photo: ONE

Ocean Network Express (ONE),  a Japanese container shipping company that is headquartered in Tokyo and Singapore,  announced that ONE APUS, with a carrying capacity of 14,000 TEU, was successfully delivered at Kure Shipyard of Japan Marine United Corporation.

The sublet owner is Nippon Yusen Kaisha, said a press release from the provider of container shipping and terminal services.

This is ONE’s second delivery this year, and the 6th of a series of seven newly built 14,000 TEU magenta containership, after ONE GRUS (delivery date on 1 st of February 2019).

Equipped with outstanding safety and environmentally-friendly capabilities such as structural arrest technology and highly efficient welding technology, ONE APUS employs a hull form with minimized engine-room space to improve cargo-loading efficiency.

Furthermore, ONE APUS is fitted with the world’s first “dual rating system” technology in the main diesel engine to facilitate flexibility in operations and boost fuel efficiency to significantly reduce greenhouse gases. The Crack Arrest Technology is also implemented to strengthen and provide excellent structural safety.

With the Integrated Navigation System (INS), the navigation bridge consolidates functions of vessel systems to efficiently reduce the workload of operators.

Additionally, for safety improvement, a wide window is also newly adopted for widened visibility, aiding the view of vessel operators from the wing of the vessel’s bridge when berthing and unberthing.

She will be deployed on East Coast 4 (EC4) service (Asia to US East Coast), under THE Alliance (THEA).

Port Rotation: Kaohsiung - Hong Kong - Yantian - Cai Mep - Singapore - New York - Norfolk - Savannah - Charleston - New York - Singapore - Kaohsiung.

With the addition of ONE APUS, ONE continuously provides excellence and competitive services for all valued customers.

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