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OOCL celebrates maiden voyage of two new mega vessels

Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL) is celebrating the maiden voyage of its latest two 24,188 TEU mega vessels, "OOCL Finland" and "OOCL Sweden."

With these additions, OOCL has now received ten eco-friendly mega containerships of the same model, marking a significant milestone in the company's fleet upgrade.

The "OOCL Finland" and "OOCL Sweden" were constructed by Dalian COSCO KHI Ship Engineering (DACKS) and Nantong COSCO KHI Ship Engineering (NACKS), respectively.

The two vessels are currently serving OOCL’s Asia-Europe service LL1.

The port rotation is as follows: Qingdao, China / Shanghai, China / Ningbo, China / Xiamen, China / Yantian, China / Singapore, Singapore / Cape of Good Hope, South Africa / Felixstowe, United Kingdom / Zeebrugge, Belgium / Gdansk, Poland / Wilhelmshaven, Germany / Cape of Good Hope, South Africa / Singapore, Singapore / Yantian, China / Qingdao, China.

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