PORTOGRAPHY

Beginning in 2015 in response to my ROTHKO SERIES of photographs I was granted unparalleled access to Hapag-Lloyd‘s container ships in the Port of Savannah. The experience has been exceptional. I am proud of my relationship with this forward moving company.

Hapag-Lloyd‘s vision is to be the benchmark of the container shipping industry, setting the quality standard, thereby offering unrivaled levels of reliability and service quality to its customers.

Hapag-Lloyd by Dan Kaufman, Studio Kaufman

Hapag-Lloyd MALIK AL ASHTAR by Dan Kaufman, Studio Kaufman

MALIK AL ASHTAR

The MALIK AL ASHTAR is registered in Malta, and is the first of four new ships added by Hapag Lloyd to serve the trade from South China, Taiwan, and Vietnam via the Suez Canal.

I photographed the MALIK AL ASHTAR in March 2018 at the Georgia Ports Authority, Port of Savannah.

Hapag-LLoyd TEMPANOS

TEMPANOS

The TEMPANOS was built in 2011 and is currently sailing under the flag of Liberia. It’s gross tonnage is 88,586 tons and its carrying capacity is 8,004 TEU.

I photographed the TEMPANOS in January of 2019 at the Georgia Ports Authority, Port of Savannah.

Hapag-Lloyd MEHUIN by Dan Kaufman, Studio Kaufman

MEHUIN

The MEHUIN was built in 2011 and is sailing under the flag of Liberia. It’s carrying capacity is 6,589 TEU and her current draught is reported to be 12.3 meters. Her length overall (LOA) is 305.6 meters and her width is 40 meters.

I photographed the MEHUIN in March of 2018 at the Georgia Ports Authority, Port of Savannah.

Hapag-Lloyd JEBEL ALI by Dan Kaufman, Studio Kaufman

JEBEL ALI

The JEBEL ALI was built in 2012 and is sailing under the flag of MALTA. Its carrying capacity is 13,470 TEU. Her length overall (LOA) is 366 meters and her width is 48 meters.

I photographed the JEBEL ALI in March of 2018 at the Georgia Ports Authority, Port of Savannah.

Hapag-Lloyd BERLIN EXPRESS by Dan Kaufman, Studio Kaufman

BERLIN EXPRESS

The BERLIN EXPRESS was built in 2003 by HYUNDAI HEAVY INDUSTRIES CO. LTD. – ULSAN, SOUTH KOREA. Currently sailing under the flag of Germany. It’s gross tonnage is 88,493 tons and its carrying capacity is 7,510 TEU.

I photographed the BERLIN EXPRESS in October of 2015 at the Georgia Ports Authority, Port of Savannah.

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