What’s next for the world’s largest cargo freighter?
The US Federal Maritime Administration has opened negotiations to acquire the largest container ship in the world, a 40-foot container ship that is currently under construction in the Gulf of Mexico.
The proposed transaction would provide the US with a major new container shipping hub in the U.S. and would be a major expansion of container shipping in the United States.
The ship is the Harbor Freight Multimeter.
It would be the largest freighter ever built in the Western Hemisphere.
The company behind the multimeter is Canadian firm Sysco.
The multimeter would be built at the San Juan, Puerto Rico, Port of Entry, where the container ship would be constructed.
Syscos’ current vessel is the Barge St. Augustine.
The San Juan Bay-based company is currently working with the federal Maritime Administration and has agreed to pay $13.6 billion for the harbor freight vessel.
The harbor freight facility would be managed by a consortium of SysCo, the Port of San Juan and the Federal Maritime Agency.
SYSCO has built the harbor freighter, the San Francisco Bay-side Port of Oakland, for more than 25 years.
The federal government has made the harbor Freight Maritime System a cornerstone of the nation’s container port infrastructure.
It’s also a major hub for international shipping.
The port is also home to the nation.
Sysco is seeking to buy the San Diego-based harbor freight ship for $7.2 billion.
The deal is expected to close by the end of the year, according to a statement from SysCO.SYSCO owns the Harbor St. Anne, which currently has a capacity of approximately 30,000 containers per day.
The Harbor Freights, the Harbor Bay-Side Port of Tacoma, the Biddeford Port of Anchorage and the Panama City-based Port of Los Angeles have been listed on Sysos listing.
The port of San Diego will be responsible for managing the harbor cargo facility.
The vessel will be leased to SysCoes for 20 years.
The new vessel will not be built in San Diego.
The Port of Panama will handle the vessel’s international shipping operations.