The CMA CGM T. ROOSEVELT is 1200,79ft long and 158,14ft wide, able to carry up to 14,000 TEUs of goods (TEU are the standard unit to describe the capacity of a container ship. It . It is often a wonder how such giant vessels can even stay afloat.
Discover the unknown world of container-ships shipyards to understand how such giant vessels are built.
In this video, Ludovic Gerard, the CMA CGM Group’s New Building Vice President introduces you to giants of the seas constructions. Ludovic Gérard illustrates the different steps that are taken during the two years leading to the fleet entering of a vessel, from the plans approval until the christening.