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Only 15 days from my post about Hyundai (HMM) HMMU series containers and the various liveries, HMM revealed a new livery on 20/5/2019. The old HMM (triple wave) livery was revealed in September 2017, making it less than 2 years before being replaced.
Ironically on the same day the new logo was announced, I photoed a Korean Ocean Business Corp (KOBC) container with a different HMM logo to what I was used to. It appears that there have been some newly branded containers ready for roll-out, and this is one of them.
Container KOCU 426128-8 is a 45G1 marked for Hyundai HMM.
Following on from my HMMU post in early May, I snapped this very early HMMU container, 600828-8. It shows that the first HMMU boxes carried the HMM logo in the top corner plus the green and yellow triangle, but with standard lettering (note that the A is not stylised). By the 602000 series, the containers only carried the work HYUNDAI.
This article first appeared on wagonfreak.blogspot.com
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