Efficiency

The Triple-E is designed and optimised for lower speed

The unique hull design, energy-efficient engine and system that 

uses exhaust gas to produce extra energy to help propel the ship,

make the Triple-E unmatched in energy efficiency.

Efficiency

Designed for lower speed

It started with a simple idea: move at a lower speed.
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Designed for lower speed

It started with a simple idea: move at a lower speed. A small change in knots cuts fuel consumption and lowers CO2-emissions. The Triple-E is designed to be efficient across vessel operations.



Size and speed matter

An energy-efficient engine propels the Triple-E class. The engine operates at low propeller revolutions and uses larger propellers than traditional container vessels. With this combination less propulsive power is required.


 

The Asia-Europe route

From China to Holland in 23 days
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Explore the route

The Triple-E follows the same Asia-Europe route as the Emma Mærsk class. The Triple-E voyage begins in Shanghai, and sails from China to Holland in 23 days.

Shape of future

The hull is designed and optimised for lower speeds
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The shape of change

The hull is designed and optimised for lower speeds. The Triple-E vessel appears more bulky than previous container vessels, such as Emma Mærsk, which were designed for higher speeds. This allows the Triple-E to hold and transport more containers.

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