The Largest Vessel in the world is for APL

By Vessels

Thi biggest company in the shipping business - APL receives the largest and newest ship which is also most environmentally-friendly and fuel-efficient.
The carrier is based in Singapore - 10,700-TEU APL Southampton, which is called on the port of Singapore on her maiden voyage today, and was fitted within a ballast water treatment system and an electronically-managed main engine, alerting a new era of sustainable vessels entering its fleet.
They are modernising their fleet with really sustainable and more efficient vessels. All APLs' new ship coming onstream hereon are going to have better technology and more advanced features as they continue to pursue our environmental agenda relentlessly.”
APL tells it is going to deploy thirty more new ships in the next 3 years. They are going significantly curb CO2 emissions releasing, with an Energy Efficiency Design Index (EEDI) which is nearly 30% much better than what is required by the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO). APL has stated that it is going to reduce carbon emissions 30% by 2015.
That installation of ballast water treatment technology on APL vessels is in line with the framework that is provided in the IMO’s Ballast Water Management Convention, that is going to enter into force 12 months after ratification by 30 states, representing 35 per cent of world merchant shipping tonnage.
Vessels carry ballast water to assure stability and optimal trim, as well as to reduce stresses on the hull. An issue arises when the discharge of ballast water from ships transfers organisms among different marine ecosystems, threatening ecological balance and global biodiversity.