A big ship often means less pollution. The picture shows MSC Gülsün, the world’s largest container ship and record-breaking energy efficient vessel.
Built at the Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) Geoje shipyard in South Korea, this vessel arrived in Europe mid-August after completing its maiden voyage.
 At some 400 metres long and more than 60 metres wide, MSC Gülsün has a record-size capacity for a container ship. Bigger ships generally emit less CO2 per ton of cargo per nautical mile, helping companies to lower the carbon footprint of their supply chains.