The 15,000 TEU “Brussels Express” has been converted to LNG // First complete LNG bunkering in Singapore on next round voyage
The container shipping line has ordered 150,000 TEU from China – both dry boxes and state-of-the-art reefer containers.
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).
DNV has supported Hapag-Lloyd in obtaining financing for six of its highly efficient containership newbuildings according to the Green Loan Principles of the Loan Market Association (LMA).
SERTICA will replace several existing fleet management systems at Hapag-Lloyd as part of a digital transformation and centralization.
The Hapag-Lloyd-owned 15,000 TEU container ship is currently being upgraded to run on LNG (liquefied natural gas) instead of fuel oil. It is the first retrofit of this scale.
Hapag-Lloyd has signed an order for six ultra large container vessels. The Korean ship yard DSME will build the 23,500+ TEU vessels and deliver them to Hapag-Lloyd between April and December 2023.
Hapag-Lloyd AG is the latest entity to join the Global Industry Alliance (GIA) for Marine Biosafety, an initiative launched in June 2020 by the IMO GloFouling Partnerships project.
Volumes significantly down in Q2, significant reduction in bunker cost // Measures of the Performance Safeguarding Program (PSP) already having an impact // Very positive free cash flow and very good liquidity reserve