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MacGregor PlusPartner for Container Ships

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Can you afford not to make the most of your ship?

​Early recognition of the cargo profile and incorporating its requirements into the system planning ensures that a container ship's utilisation rate and earning capability can be maximised.
MacGregor PlusPartner program takes a whole-ship approach and works forward from the cargo profile. This must happen at an early stage of the ship project, before any restrictive decisions have been made. As result of this forward-thinking approach, it is possible to improve the specified loading ability and the efficiency of the entire cargo handling system. Also your sailing fleet can benefit from MacGregor PlusPartner -program.   
At first glance, looks like all container carriers with the same TEU capacity have space for the same number of containers – but why is it that one ship can accommodate more payload containers than the other?

MacGregor News issue 171:

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Page 20-22: Is now the right time for your Cargo Boost?

Page 23-24: Boosted container carriers can better serve their customers

Page 26-27: Take a peek into your cargo system's productivity



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​Page 9: Shipbuilding and sea transportation redefined - who will benefit in the future?

Page 11: Riding the waves of change. Introducing MacGregor PlusPartner concept.

Page 15: Panamax payload problem solver

​Design should be defined by cargo, not by default:



Ship design should start with earning ability:

​Cost cuts can hurt, higher earnings can heal:



​Closing the gap between theory and reality:


​Getting the best start for your optimised cargo system:


​Brochure: Container ship efficiency


​Video: MacGregor solutions for container ship efficiency



​Video: Key technical issues to container ship efficiency