Sailcargo Returning to Basics to Tackle Emissions

Ceiba

Sailcargo goes back to the roots of shipbuilding industry.

Fire Breaks Out on Board Hapag-Lloyd's Boxship, Crew Safe

Hapag-Lloyd boxship

A fire broke out in one container on the deck of Hapag-Lloyd's containership Yantian Express.

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THE Alliance to Deploy Over 249 Ships in 2019

Afif

Members of THE Alliance, Hapag-Lloyd, Ocean Network Express, and Yang Ming have revamped their service network for 2019.

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Competitive Landscape Could Change Completely in Liner World

Maersk Lamanai, Monte Azul container ships

Global carriers are starting to distinguish themselves with new corporate strategies.

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Hapag-Lloyd, KLU Open Center for Shipping and Logistics

Hapag-Lloyd

Hapag-Lloyd and KLU open a new research center that specializes in maritime logistics.

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Hapag-Lloyd Chooses Scrubbers for Ten Containerships

Hapag-Lloyd

Hapag-Lloyd ordered ten hybrid ready EGCS for its 13,000 TEU Hamburg-class vessels.

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Size Is Not the Name of the Game Anymore

Rolf Habben Jansen

The consolidation drive has hit its peak and it is now time to focus on the customers.

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ONE, Hapag-Lloyd and MSC Team Up on Asia-S. America Service

One Aguila

ONE, Hapag-Lloyd and MSC expand their partnership in the Asia-South America trade lane.

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Containership Heavyweights to Form Liner Association

Edith Maersk

The association is set to start operating from early 2019.

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Hapag-Lloyd Cautiously Optimistic for the Rest of 2018

Hapag-Lloyd

Hapag-Lloyd's earnings improve due to a recovery of freight rates and a significant rise in transport volume.

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ONE, Hapag-Lloyd Join Forces in Feeder Operations

ONE Aguila

ONE and Hapag-Lloyd concluded a bilateral feeder cooperation deal, which has already started on the first trades.

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Hapag-Lloyd Joins the Marine Fuel Recovery Line-Up

Rolf Habben Janse, Hapag-Lloyd CEO

Hapag-Lloyd has developed its own marine fuel recovery mechanism ahead of 2020.

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Six Carriers Join Forces to Enhance Med-USEC Service

One Aguila containership

Six container carriers join forces to enhance their Mediterranean-U.S. East Coast service.

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Hapag-Lloyd Christens 15,000 TEU Boxship in Rotterdam

Hapag-Lloyd has christened its 15,000 TEU ship Al Jmeliyah in Rotterdam on September 11.

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Hapag-Lloyd Praised for Green Ship Recycling

DNV GL awards certificate to Hapag.Lloyd for ship recycling pracices

Hapag-Lloyd has received the “DNV GL Excellence Green Star” certificate.

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Hapag-Lloyd Expects USD 1 Bn in Extra Fuel Costs

Hapag-Lloyd CEO Jansen

Hapag-Lloyd is facing around USD 1 billion of extra fuel costs stemming from the 2020 sulphur cap.

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Boxship Catches Fire off Singapore

Containership

A 9,092 TEU containership caught fire on August 23, while it was en route to Singapore. 

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Eco-Friendly Power Supply for Ships Tested at Hamburg Port

Hamburg Port

HHLA, Hapag-Lloyd and Becker Marine test alternative power supply for ships in the Port of Hamburg. 

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Hapag-Lloyd Testing Scrubbers, LNG as Fuel ahead of 2020

Afif

Hapag-Lloyd exploring compliance options ahead of IMO's 2020 sulphur cap.

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Competition, High Costs Push Hapag-Lloyd Deeper into the Red

Afif

Market headwinds have pushed German liner Hapag-Lloyd into a net loss of USD 115.6 million.

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Hapag-Lloyd: Carriers Would Need to Choose Low Sulfur Fuel

Hapag-Lloyd vessel

Hapag-Lloyd: The bulk of global container fleet will have no other choice than to switch to low sulfur fuel for IMO 2020.

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Photos: Hapag-Lloyd Names LNG-Ready Behemoth

Hapag-Lloyd names containership in the United Kingdom after twenty years.

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