The future of freight shipping is finally here: new ships built to carry passengers from the UK to Australia.

And it’s all about speed, which means it needs to be fast.

The Imperial Cargo Ship (ICSL), an ultra-light, ultra-efficient cargo ship designed to ferry 1,000 people per hour, is one of the most ambitious new ships ever to be built.

The ship is set to start service in 2020, but the construction of the ship is currently in its early stages.

The ICSL is a modern version of the famous Daedalus class ship, which made headlines when it arrived in New York in 1903.

The ship is built on the same modular assembly platform used for the new Titanic.

But the construction process is much more complex than that, as the ICSL will require a massive, modular ship to be constructed.

The project is expected to cost around $40 billion, with a total of 3,000 containers and about 1,100 crew members.

The construction of all the components will take around two years.

The International Consortium of Shipping (ICSC) is behind the ICSl, and will use the ICS model to build the ship.

The consortium will build all the vessels in a modular assembly process similar to that of the new ship, with each container and crew member being constructed individually and individually connected to the other.

The consortium hopes that this modular assembly method will cut down on the number of shipping containers and crew members needed to build each ship, allowing it to be produced in a much more efficient way.

“It is the first time that a new container ship has been built entirely in a different way from other container ships,” said Jeroen Boesing, managing director at the ICSC.

“It is a unique solution to a problem.”

The ICSl is also the first container ship to use a design known as “flexible container”, a system that allows the ship to adapt to the environment, in a bid to increase cargo capacity.

The container ships built by the consortium are designed to fit into shipping containers with room for at least five people and a maximum of eight containers.

“The modular assembly design enables the ship’s cargo and crew to adapt easily to the shipping environment,” Boesings said.

“With the flexibility of flexible container, we are able to build a ship which can accommodate different container sizes, load conditions and shipping routes.”

Construction of the ICTL, a vessel that will take 1,200 people per day, is currently underway.

But it’s not expected to be ready for service until 2020.

The construction of an ICSL container ship is a joint venture between the International Maritime Organization (IMO), which is the international maritime organisation, and the consortium, which is also known as ICSC, based in Holland.

The vessel will be powered by three diesel engines, each capable of carrying 20,000 tons, which will allow the ship and its crew to travel at a speed of up to 120 kilometres per hour.

The company has developed a range of technologies to make the construction and delivery of the container ships a lot easier, as it will be able to make sure that all the parts of the construction, from the ships construction to the containers, are built and tested.

The containers will also be manufactured in Holland, using local suppliers and suppliers that have extensive experience in building and operating container ships.

The new container ships will use an innovative, lightweight construction process, which allows the container to be manufactured much more efficiently than traditional container ships with large number of containers.

The development of this technology was inspired by the design of the first diesel engines used in the Daedalons, and is being tested in Australia, which could prove to be a significant boost to the production of the ships.