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ACL Enhancing Refrigerated Operations

Gaining new operational advantages and efficiencies for its refrigerated shipping operations, Atlantic Container Line (ACL) is acquiring 150 new containers equipped with Carrier Transicold PrimeLINE® refrigeration units featuring the Lynx™ Fleet digital solution. ACL, which is part of the Grimaldi Group, is adding the new 40-foot, high-cube refrigerated containers for fleet expansion. The units will be placed into service on trade routes between western Europe and the United States. "With its ... [+]

ACL Christens New G4 Vessel, ATLANTIC STAR, In the Port of Baltimore

Atlantic Container Line (ACL) christened its new G4 vessel, the Atlantic Star on Sept. 21 in the Helen Delich Bentley Port of Baltimore’s Dundalk Marine Terminal. Commissioner Rebecca Dye of the Federal Maritime Commission acted as Godmother of the vessel. The ACL G4 vessels are the first of their kind and ... [+]

Christening of “Grande New York” held in Port of New York/New Jersey

The Grande New York, part of the fleet of the Grimaldi Group, has been christened on Wednesday, April 18, 2018 in the Port of New York- New Jersey at FAPS Port Newark Auto Marine Terminal. Godmother of the vessel was Amanda Matilda Cuomo Cole, granddaughter of the former late New York Governor, Mario ... [+]

Princess Anne christens new ACL vessel

Atlantic Container Line (ACL) officially launched its new fleet of transatlantic con ro ships when Princess Anne christened the Atlantic Sea in Liverpool on 20 October. Crowds lined Liverpool’s waterfront to witness the first royal christening on the Mersey since 1960, followed by a fireworks display and departure of the vessel. ACL’s ... [+]

ACL Deploys Huge CONRO-vessel, the Atlantic Star

Atlantic Container Line (ACL) has taken delivery of the Atlantic Star, a first of its kind vessel and the largest RoRo/container ship (CONRO) ever built. The first of five new vessels in the G4 fleet, the new ship will join the company’s trans-Atlantic service in December. The remaining four G4 vessels ... [+]

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