ONE's Megamax loads breakbulk cargo in Hamburg
Breakbulk on containerhip

ONE’s Megamax loads breakbulk cargo in Hamburg

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Ocean Network Express Europe & Africa (ONE) recently moved breakbulk cargo onboard one of the largest containerships in the world, One Integrity.

The company loaded the cargo in Hamburg with the vessel currently sailing the North Atlantic Ocean off Ivory Coast, with AIS data showing Singapore as its destination.

ONE's Megamax loads breakbulk cargo in Hamburg
Photo: ONE

One Integrity is part of ONE’s six 24,000 Megamax vessels. Due to the size of the cargo measuring 12.5 metres by 4.5 metres by 3.8 metres, this posed a challenge for the company.

According to ONE, no single lashing was possible next to each other, so the team had to come up with a creative solution. The company loaded the four cases into one hatch with two cases each in a block stow with a pre-slung solution.

ONE's Megamax loads breakbulk cargo in Hamburg
Photo: ONE

The vessel has already made stops at Antwerp, Southampton and Spain.

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ONE’s Megamax loads breakbulk cargo in Hamburg
ONE's Megamax loads breakbulk cargo in Hamburg
Breakbulk on containerhip

ONE’s Megamax loads breakbulk cargo in Hamburg

Photo Ocean Network Express

Ocean Network Express Europe & Africa (ONE) recently moved breakbulk cargo onboard one of the largest containerships in the world, One Integrity.

The company loaded the cargo in Hamburg with the vessel currently sailing the North Atlantic Ocean off Ivory Coast, with AIS data showing Singapore as its destination.

ONE's Megamax loads breakbulk cargo in Hamburg
Photo: ONE

One Integrity is part of ONE’s six 24,000 Megamax vessels. Due to the size of the cargo measuring 12.5 metres by 4.5 metres by 3.8 metres, this posed a challenge for the company.

According to ONE, no single lashing was possible next to each other, so the team had to come up with a creative solution. The company loaded the four cases into one hatch with two cases each in a block stow with a pre-slung solution.

ONE's Megamax loads breakbulk cargo in Hamburg
Photo: ONE

The vessel has already made stops at Antwerp, Southampton and Spain.

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