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The ONE Integrity with 21,954 TEUs loaded in the Port of Singapore. Photo courtesy ONE

The ONE Integrity with 21,954 TEUs loaded in the Port of Singapore. Photo courtesy ONE

ONE Sets New Cargo Record

Mike Schuler
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November 27, 2023

Shipping line Ocean Network Express is claiming a new world record with the loading of 21,954 twenty-foot equivalent (TEUs) containers on board a single ship.

The record was set earlier this month by the M/V ONE Integrity in the Port of Singapore.

“We are happy to announce that the ONE Integrity achieved a world record laden load at the Port of Singapore earlier this month. Pictured below, the vessel achieved a record breaking laden load of 21,954TEUS,” ONE said on X.

ONE Integrity is one of six new 24,000-TEU-capacity “megamax” class ships in ONE’s fleet.

Ocean Network Express was formed in 2017 through the integration of the liner businesses of Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha (“K” LINE), Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL), and Nippon Yusen Kaisha (NYK). The company currently ranks as the world’s sixth-largest container carrier with a fleet of over 225 ships representing approximately 1.69 million TEU. ONE is a member of THE Alliance (THEA), a global ocean carrier consortium.

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