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STANDARD CONTAINER CAPACITY
OF LARGEST SHIPS THAT FIT
THE WIDENED PANAMA CANAL
COST OF SALVAGING THE
CRUISE SHIP COSTA CONCORDIA
LENGTH IN METERS OF THE
LARGEST CRUDE-OIL TANKERS
OF GLOBAL IRON ORE IS SOLD TO CHINA,
NOW A MAJOR SHIPBUILDER
US POULTRY EXPORTED TO RUSSIA
VS. 40% 20 YEARS AGO
May 21-23, 2015
Naval architects, including those at Rolls Royce marine’s Oskar Levander, are working on autonomous ships, driven by the very latest satellite-linked technology. In fact, he claim a small team of trained, maritime-experienced technicians could operate a fleet of 50 or 100 vessels, saving typical downtime on long passages between ports. While benefits include cost reduction (no need to feed and house a crew) and greater space for cargo, security implications are still unresolved.Learn More