Japanese global transport company Ocean Network Express (ONE) recently had one of their striking magenta Vessels, ‘ONE Continuity’ call at the Port of Hamburg. This was the first time a ONE vessel had called at the German port.
The vessel is 320 meters in length and has a slot capacity for 8,102 TEU. Although the vessel is not one of the biggest containerships to call at the Port of Hamburg, the vivid colour scheme gets everyone’s attention and reaching for their cameras.
ONE Director for Germany & Central Europe, Jan Holst said, “We are delighted to be able to welcome and to clear ONE’s first containership in the new corporate livery here in Hamburg.”
Mr. Holst further added, “With the novel magenta colour scheme, we are making this a memorable call for ONE. This, for the shipping industry very unorthodox color, underlines our claim to do things differently and to create something new. Yet along with a striking brand presence, we continue to put our worldwide customers at the forefront of our activities.”
The Magenta coloured vessel arrived at The Port of Hamburg on Friday 26th October where it berthed at the HHLA’s Container Terminal Altenwerder for handling.
The ONE Continuity operates on ONE’s FE1 – Far East-Europe 1 liner service connecting Hamburg weekly with the Japanese ports of Kobe, Nagoya, Shimizu and Tokyo.
ONE Continuity Facts
- Built: 2008
- Flag: Panama
- Length: 320.37m
- Breadth: 46.17
- Slot Capacity: 8,102 TEU
- Tonnage: 90,466