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A fully-loaded "Antwerpen Express" (13,167 TEU) against the skyline of Singapore
With its capacity of 19,900 TEU, the “Barzan”
is acontainer giant – Hapag-Lloyd has six ships
of this class in its fleet.
Welcome to Hamburg: the “Callao Express”
passes a sailing ship as it makes its way to the
Container Terminal Altenwerder.
The “Hannover Express” sailing to Vostochny
Port in Russia. The struggle against Jack Frost
during the journey is never-ending.
The "Kuala Lumpur Express" (8,749 TEU) during loading at the Altenwerder terminalopen image
The "Kuala Lumpur Express" (8,750 TEU) on the Elbe alongside a small sailing boatopen image
On the bridge of the "Kuala Lumpur Express" (8,749 TEU) at the terminalopen image
Approximately 150 million containers are
transported around the world every year.
A great many of them on Hapag-Lloyd
ships – safely and reliably.
The "Montreal Express" (4,400 TEU) on the St Lawrence River and Quebec City beyondopen image
"Nagoya Express" (8,750 TEU) at Altenwerder Container Terminal (CTA) in Hamburgopen image
The romance of seafaring: even after many
years on board, the wonders of nature never
cease to amaze, particularly the dramatic
sunrises and sunsets.
Following the raising of the Bayonne Bridge in
New York, large container shipscan also call
in the Big Apple now.
The "Sofia Express" (8,749 TEU), one of the more than 150 ships of our fleetopen image
The colourfully laden "Tsingtao Express" (8,750 TEU) crossing the ocean to Europeopen image
The “Valparaíso Express” on its way from South America to Europe. With a capa-city of around 10,500 TEU, it fits through the Panama Canal by a hair’s breadth.open image
A modern Hapag-Lloyd container in front of Hamburg’s historical warehouse districtopen image
Hamburg’s new landmark: the Elbphilharmonie
was opened in January 2017 and has been
attracting visitors from all over the world ever since.
A 40' container passing through a leafy English village on its way to a customeropen image
A Hapag-Lloyd container in Rio de Janeiro silhouetted against Mount Corcovadoopen image
Singapore is the world’s second-largest port.
With the Marina Bay Sands Hotel, the city also
boasts a building of architecturally unparalleled
Hapag-Lloyd is the leading transporter of
coffee: our ships transport approximately
one million tonnes around the world from
South America and Asia every year.
Hapag-Lloyd brings every cargo safely to its destination – whatever the weatheropen image
For temperatures between –35 and +30 °C: Hapag-Lloyd refrigerated containersopen image
For temperatures from –35 to +30 °C: modern Hapag-Lloyd refrigerated containersopen image
Hapag-Lloyd operates one of the world’s largest refrigerated container fleetsopen image
From exotic fruit to freshly caught fish: our
reefer containers deliver temperature-sensitive
goods from all over the world to the supermarket
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