As at 31 March 2013, Hapag-Lloyd's fleet comprised 149 container ships, which are all certified in accordance with the ISM (International Safety Management) Code and have a valid ISSC (ISPS) certificate. The majority of the vessels are also certified as per ISO 9001 (quality management) and ISO 14001 (environmental management).
The Hapag-Lloyd fleet's total TEU capacity amounted to around 712 TTEU. Hapag-Lloyd also owned or leased 641,163 containers with a capacity of 1,033 TTEU for transporting cargo.
Following the "Hong Kong Express" (28 February 2013), the "Shanghai Express" - the fifth container vessel with a capacity of over 10,000 TEU - went into service on 26 March 2013. The current order book comprised at 31 March 2013 another five ships, each with a capacity of 13,200 TEU.
Hapag-Lloyd vessels are specially equipped for the transport of various goods, e.g. cargo with extraordinary / oversized dimensions, reefer cargo and dangerous goods that have to be stowed and transported according to IMO-regulations.
Below you will find all Hapag-Lloyd ship classes, sorted by capacity. Click on a ship's name to see capacities, certificates and further details.