On Tuesday October 24th 2017, the MOL Tradition will make her maiden call at the RWG terminal. After the Triumph, Trust and Tribute, the Tradition is MOL’s fourth 20.000 TEU vessel in a series of six. Just like her predecessors, the Tradition is deployed in the FE2 service of The Alliance. With a length of 400 meters and width of 59 meters, the Tradition is one of the largest vessels at present.
On Friday September 15th, 40 employees of Rotterdam Container Terminals (APMT, ECT and RWG) and the Port Authority Rotterdam contributed to the Go Green 2017 event. This event, part of the worldwide and yearly recurring Go Green Campaign, aims to help contribute to a better environment. For the event the volunteers planted sea buckthorn on a dike on Maasvlakte 2, a scrub that naturally occurs in the Dutch coastal zone.
The MOL Tribute, MOL’s next 20.000 TEU vessel in a series of six, will make her maiden call at the RWG terminal on Friday September 8th 2017. Earlier, the MOL Triumph and MOL Trust already made their maiden call at RWG. The MOL Tribute is also deployed in the FE2 service of The Alliance. With a length of 400 meters and a width of 59 meters, the MOL Tribute is, just like her two predecessors, one of the largest vessels at present.