Hapag-Lloyd loss soars to $652 million on CSAV merger costs

Hapag-Lloyd loss soars to $652 million on CSAV merger costs

Hapag-Lloyd, Germany’s biggest container line, slumped to a net loss of 603.7 million euros [$652 million] in 2014 largely due to the one-off cost of acquiring and integrating Chilean carrier CSAV.

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