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26 October 2014 00:31AM

Edith Maersk the Largest Ever Ship on the Thames – Time-lapse Footage Now Available

21 Oct 14 ,  Corporated News
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Record breaking ship: • One of the world’s largest ships • Four football pitches long • Can carry over 15,000 sea containers • Time-lapse video and high-res photos available for viewing Record breaking ship: • One of the world’s largest ships • Four football pitches long • Can carry over 15,000 sea containers • Time-lapse video and high-res photos available for viewing   Maersk Edith alongside at DP World London Gateway.   20th October 2014 London Gateway, London: The largest ship ever to enter the Thames arrived at DP World London Gateway, the UK’s new deepwater container port. The 397-metre-long, 56-metre-wide…

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