With a fleet of more than 220 modern container ships and a total transport capacity of roughly 1.6 million TEUs, Hapag-Lloyd is one of the world's leading container lines with about 12,000 employees and nearly 400 offices in more than 125 countries worldwide. Hapag-Lloyd’s containerized capacity of about 2.6 million TEUs, and includes one of the largest and most modern fleets of refrigerated storage ships.
Hapag-Lloyd’s 2017 merger with United Arab Shipping, then the world’s 18th largest container shipping company, added 53 vessels to Hapag-Lloyd’s fleet, and an additional capacity of about 400,000 TEUs, most notably for its service between the Middle East (Dubai) and the Indian subcontinent. Its wide range of containerized services cover a broad range of trade lanes for shippers involved in Atlantic Trade, Trans-Pacific Trade, and Europe-Asia trades.
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