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Hapag-Lloyd signs $550m order for containers

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Hapag-Lloyd has ordered 150,000 TEU from China – both dry boxes and state-of-the-art reefer containers, roughly $550 million – making it one of the biggest container orders in the history of Hapag-Lloyd.

Some of the boxes were already delivered to Hapag-Lloyd and integrated into its existing container fleet in the first quarter for 2021, but the majority of them are expected to be delivered in the upcoming months. Additionally, Hapag-Lloyd has ordered 8,000 TEU of special containers to be used for over-sized or dangerous goods.

“The container shipping industry is currently seeing unprecedented demand, which has led to a shortage of containers all over the world. With its recent container orders, Hapag-Lloyd is contributing to efforts to ease the current situation and will be able to offer its customers a much better service,” says Rolf Habben Jansen, CEO of Hapag-Lloyd.

The post Hapag-Lloyd signs $550m order for containers appeared first on Global Cargo Insight.

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