By Kate Hochstein, CBC NewsThe icebreaker Shein shipping container cost about $5.5 billion to build, but the cost has risen significantly in recent years.
Now, as it heads for the Arctic, it will cost about half as much.
The Shein has been shipping cargo since 2010, and the Canadian Coast Guard says it is the busiest icebreaker in the world at the moment.
But when it heads north, it is already heading for an iceberg, and it is heading toward the Arctic Ocean.
It has been a long time coming, says Shein spokeswoman Emily McLean.
It was built in 1988, she says, and only came into service in 2009.
It is a large, high-tech vessel, which includes a crane, which helps it haul and lift ice.
It has been doing that since the 1960s, and McLean says it was only designed to handle large ice containers.
But now that the container is moving, it’s also expected to be used for shipping smaller ice items, like containers of food and fuel.
Shein has one of the largest icebreaker fleets in the Canadian Arctic.
It will take a while for Shein to reach the ice, but it’s a critical element of the world shipping business.
It’s not just a matter of getting ice into the Arctic.
The Shein is the ship that ships the biggest and most expensive cargo on the world, which is the icebreaker Aurora Australis, which has been the world leader in icebreaking since 1995.
The cost of the Aurora Australas is $3.5-billion, according to Shein.
Shein says it costs about $250 million to build it, but that is only about half the cost of building a container ship.
The Aurora Australys cargo includes a lot of different types of ice, and Shein needs a certain amount of ice to transport all of those types of items.
The ice has to be removed before it can be shipped.
There are no floating ice bergs in the Arctic to move the ice.
So, there are no barges, no ships that can move ice, McLean said.
The cost of shipping ice is a big concern, but Shein also needs to consider the cargo.
The Arctic is a cold place, so Shein will have to use ships that are designed to be able to move ice quickly, she said.
And Shein ships can take a lot longer to arrive than other icebreaker vessels, so they are not necessarily going to be available for the world as they are going to other destinations.
The world is already shipping an enormous amount of the ice in the region, Mclean said.
It can take years for the ice to melt, and as it melts, it breaks off and gets stuck in the sea.
So, the shipping containers will need to be smaller, she added.
And because the Shein does not have the capacity to move large amounts of ice containers, she needs to be sure the container can be moved quickly and safely.