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Hello, everyone. Welcome to the Five Minutes PM Podcast today. It's a very nice, great sense of this. Because last week I was talking about the Costa Concordia salvage in right now, I'm talking again about a vessel about the Ship and Today I want to talk about the triple E. I had the opportunity here in Denmark in Copenhagen to see, to visit this Ship it's considered the word Largest Ship it's 400 meters long.
Just to give you an idea that Costa Concordia was 290. This is 110 meters long, and he'd signet extremely impressive. That's massive is stricter in what I, of course, was a big surprise. First is the size 18,000 containers. Okay. 18,000 souls. It's huge during the route from China to Europe. But despite this, I started thinking about what does this name stands for?
It Triple E eat from an economy of scale. We from Energy Efficiency E from Environmental Performance and that was very key aspects because of course, a lot of people talk about sustainability, Oh, we need to be more sustainable. We need to build more sustainable businesses. But many times, we hear this only in words, we don't see this enacted, and the Danish married to a company called, did this.
And the first EE is an economy of scale. So it's huge, so when you transport 18,000, that co two emissions in everything are divided by 18,000 pieces. So it's more time, one more efficiency than sending one and a half Ship or two ships. The second one, the way that the design of the Ship in the U shape that could fit more seconds, reducing the top speed.
Just the reduction of the speed. Combine it with the reuse of the heat. Brought 37%. You sent down the missions. This at the end brings 25 to 30% cheaper transport. So low. How interesting is this? Do you pollute in to bless your more environmentally friendly and you charge less, so you have the economy of scale? So this was very nice, and for me, this raises a lot of my interests because he said, God, it's really, really very nice, you know, to see that people can combine because many times when people talk about sustainability, they think, Oh, it's more expensive.
No, it's not, it's not, we can do sustainable business, and this is off, of course, it's a business, okay. Like any other business, but it's a business that is thinking about how we can do it better and how we can be more environmentally friends. So it was very, very nice and really this gives to all of us a good example to be followed. And just to give you a second-time aspect of all this visit is that look, their beauty in 22 are already done.
18 left in the South Korean company that is constructing or delivering one per month. So I just want, I have never been to this site with the image first house; huge is a site that can deliver one Ship like this per month, only for this order. So in the next 18 months, so probably they are building 18 ships at the same time. Imagine all the project management to do that.
Imagine all the design, the logistics to make sure that you have the right pieces. It's not a production line. Each one Ship in one line, do you order? Ship in a, not a line. So imagine how complex is this and how well that they are doing this because when you go there when you see you can go to my flick album, you can see my video on YouTube. You will be amazed because it's unbelievable. Of course, the video can not show everything.
What can give you a taste? And of course, you can go to the word Largest ship.com, and you'll be very much surprised at how of what you see there because of the size, the oldest aspects of Environmental. I know Denmark is very keen on addressing this Environmental aspect, but this was something real, something that we see how people can do business can make a profit and also can be honest and reliable when taking care of the Environmental.
So I hope you see, not only does video that I produced it but see all the on professional videos, you will enjoy it a lot and think you as a project manager of this project, it would be really a nice challenge. See you next week with another five minutes beyond Podcast.