Hapag-Lloyd

Hapag-Lloyd Hamburg Express

Hapag-Lloyd is at present the world’s sixth-largest container line.

Founded in 1970 via a merger between the two shipping companies Hamburg-Amerikanische Packetfahrt-Actien-Gesellschaft (Hapag / Hamburg-American Line) and North German Lloyd (NDL), Hapag-Lloyd is based in Hamburg, Germany, and has a presence in 114 countries, with 7,000 employees worldwide.

Hapag-Lloyd in 2014 merged with Chile's CSAV and in 2016 approved a merger with United Arab Shipping Company.

 

13 Jul 2017
The increased shareholding followed the sale earlier this week of the remaining 8.5 million shares in Hapag-Lloyd held by TUI Group.
11 Jul 2017
The deal comes just over two months after Hapag-Lloyd sealed its merger with United Arab Shipping Company.
05 Jul 2017
The notes will be listed on the Luxembourg Stock Exchange.
28 Jun 2017
Hapag-Lloyd has been taken off Standard & Poor’s CreditWatch.
16 Jun 2017
Maersk Line and Hapag-Lloyd will post sharply higher earnings this year.
05 Jun 2017
German carrier Hapag-Lloyd has become the second liner operator this month to impose a booking cancellation fee after CMA CGM.
30 May 2017
The shareholders also approved the expansion of the company’s supervisory board.
24 May 2017
Hapag-Lloyd joins group of carriers that charge for refrigerated container gensets.
24 May 2017
“This is an important strategic milestone and a big step forward for Hapag-Lloyd.”
12 May 2017
Hapag-Lloyd’s net loss widened in the first quarter.
24 Mar 2017
Hapag-Lloyd said it’s facing a challenging start to 2017.
17 Mar 2017
The two carriers had planned to close on the transaction by March 31.