One of the world’s largest container ships, the OOCL Hong Kong, berths for the first time at the Hong Kong Container Terminal, situated in the Kwai Chung-Tsing Yi basin. Photo: Winson Wong One of the world’s largest container ships, the OOCL Hong Kong, berths for the first time at the Hong Kong Container Terminal, situated in the Kwai Chung-Tsing Yi basin. Photo: Winson Wong
One of the world’s largest container ships, the OOCL Hong Kong, berths for the first time at the Hong Kong Container Terminal, situated in the Kwai Chung-Tsing Yi basin. Photo: Winson Wong

Arrival of OOCL’s massive cargo container vessel in Hong Kong heralds China’s growing power in shipping

  • OOCL Hong Kong, whose ultimate owner is Cosco, docks at the container port after China recently became world’s second biggest shipping nation, overtaking Japan
  • Mega ships like OOCL Hong Kong are increasingly plying the trade routes between Asia and Europe

Topic |   Cosco Shipping
One of the world’s largest container ships, the OOCL Hong Kong, berths for the first time at the Hong Kong Container Terminal, situated in the Kwai Chung-Tsing Yi basin. Photo: Winson Wong One of the world’s largest container ships, the OOCL Hong Kong, berths for the first time at the Hong Kong Container Terminal, situated in the Kwai Chung-Tsing Yi basin. Photo: Winson Wong
One of the world’s largest container ships, the OOCL Hong Kong, berths for the first time at the Hong Kong Container Terminal, situated in the Kwai Chung-Tsing Yi basin. Photo: Winson Wong
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