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                Richard Hammond joins the crew of one of the biggest moving objects on earth, the Marie Maersk container ship.

                Richard finds out how this twenty-five man crew keeps the supersized ship on the high seas.

                Richard climbs inside the enormous engine, helps cast a giant propeller, and docks in Rotterdam, the largest port in Europe.

                The loading process is almost fully automated – from container transportation and stacking.

                Fully loaded it can hold up to 18,000 shipping containers.

                This ship is worth four hundred million dollars and weighs an incredible quarter of a million tonnes.

                Remote sensors planted in the ground and containers allow the robots navigate this process.

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