Hapag Lloyd successful completes acquisition of SM SAAM terminal

Hapag-Lloyd has successfully completed its 100 % acquisition of SM SAAM’s terminal business and related logistics services, which is based on an agreement announced in October 2022. The transaction was approved unconditionally by the relevant antitrust authorities of all countries involved in this acquisition process.“We are very pleased about the successful completion of this transaction, which significantly increases our footprint in Latin America and underlines our commitment to the Latin ... [+]

Hapag Lloyd present 3Q results

Hapag-Lloyd has concluded the first nine months of 2022 with an EBITDA of USD 16.6 billion (EUR 15.6 billion) and an EBIT of USD 15.1 billion (EUR 14.2 billion). At the same time, the Group profit climbed to USD 14.7 billion (EUR 13.8 billion).“Thanks to higher freight rates, we have ... [+]

CP, Hapag-Lloyd adds extra call into Port Saint John

Canadian Pacific and Hapag-Lloyd announced on April 25 an additional call into Port Saint John, N.B., via a seasonal extra loader in another step forward for the growing Atlantic Canada port.This additional call follows their inaugural service call into Port Saint John in May 2021, connecting via CP rail service ... [+]

Virginia is the Only Stop for Hapag-Lloyd

The Port of Virginia® is the only US East Coast stop for ocean carrier Hapag Lloyd’s reworked Mediterranean Gulf Coast Express (MGX) that will move cargo overland by rail to California via Virginia.“This is an innovative decision by one of our long-time customers to take advantage of our efficiency and ... [+]

Nexxiot digitalizes Hapag-Lloyd container fleet

Nexxiot, a global TradeTech pioneer, will become one of the official suppliers to digitalize the Hapag-Lloyd container fleet. Nexxiot will equip a significant share of the 3 million TEU fleet from Hapag-Lloyd with innovative IoT technology and analytics, enabling for the first time the worldwide monitoring of shipping containers that ... [+]

“I woke up when the bombing started”

Rehina Leidenius is a Customer Service Support Assistant at the Hapag-Lloyd office in Odessa. In the last weeks she flew to the company’s QSC in Izmir. Hapag-Lloyd talked to Rehina about her experiences since the Russian invasion started.Rehina, what are your personal experiences since the invasion started?Rehina Leidenius: I live ... [+]

New Service between Western Med and Central, South America

Hapag-Lloyd launched its new service Mediterranean, Caribbean, Central America, West Coast South America Express (MSW) in early May 2022. With this new weekly service, Hapag-Lloyd will connect the Western Mediterranean directly with the West Coast of South America.With six vessels, the service offers fast transportation for reefer cargo to and ... [+]

Hapag-Lloyd shows strong start to the year in Q1

Hapag-Lloyd has concluded the first quarter of 2021 with earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) of roughly $1.9 billion (approximately EUR 1.6 billion). Earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) rose to roughly $1.5 billion (approximately EUR 1.3 billion). The Group net result improved to around $1.5 billion (EUR ... [+]

Hapag-Lloyd acquires Africa specialist NileDutch

Hapag-Lloyd and NileDutch have signed a sale and purchase agreement where Hapag-Lloyd acquires all shares of the Dutch container shipping company Nile Dutch Investments B.V. (NileDutch). With over 40 years of expertise, NileDutch is one the leading providers of container services from and to West Africa. The company is present ... [+]

Hapag-Lloyd orders six ultra large container vessels of 23,500+ TEU

Hapag-Lloyd has signed an order for six ultra large container vessels. The Korean ship yard Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering will build the 23,500+ TEU vessels and deliver them to Hapag-Lloyd between April and December 2023. The vessels will be deployed on the Europe – Far East routes as part ... [+]

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