The "Afif" (15,000 TEU), with its length of 368 meters, is located at the Burchardkai Container Terminal (CTB) in the Port of Hamburg.open image
With a fresh breeze and the Hapag-Lloyd flag hoisted, the "Al Nefud" (more than 19,000 TEU) leaves the Port of Hamburg.open image
Hapag-Lloyd is continuously investing in its fleet. The 400-metre-long “Al Nefud” is one of our largest vessels and can carry 19,870 TEU in total.open image
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.open image
Welcome to Hamburg: the “Callao Express” passes a sailing ship as it makes its way to the Container Terminal Altenwerder.open image
The "Frankfurt Express", with its nearly 9,000 TEU, is docked at the base of the stratovolcano Mount Rainier.open image
The “Hannover Express” sailing to Vostochny Port in Russia. The struggle against Jack Frost during the journey is never-ending.open image
From Hamburg into the world - the majestic bow of the "Kuala Lumpur Express" (almost 9,000 TEU) on the open sea.open 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 "Leverkusen Express" sets course for Paraguay at dawn with its 13,000 TEU and a total length of 366 meters and a total width of 48 meters.open image
The "Leverkusen Express" (13,000 TEU) lies peacefully at sunset at the Southampton terminal.open image
The sunset bathes the "Ludwigshafen Express" (13,000 TEU) in warm golden colors as it gently passes by on the open sea.open image
The "Montreal Express" (4,400 TEU) on the St Lawrence River and Quebec City beyondopen 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.
Protecting the environment has been important to us for decades and we are continuously working to improve the sustainability of our business.open image
We make global trade happen. With more than 600 ports called, we can deliver your cargo anywhere in the world.
The sunset illuminates the Hapag-Lloyd funnel in warm light, while the "Santos Express" (11,000 TEU) enters the port of Paraguay.open image
Following the raising of the Bayonne Bridge in New York, large container shipscan also call in the Big Apple now.open image
The "Seoul Express" heads for the famous Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco with her cargo of 5,000 TEU.open image
The scrubber performs exhaust gas cleaning on the fully loaded "Ulsan Express" (13,000 TEU).open image
The "Valparaiso Express" has a capacity of 11,000 TEU. Here in the port of Cartagena, she is waiting for her containers at the bridge.open image
At Hapag-Lloyd, we make sure that consumers worldwide can enjoy fresh products throughout the year – no matter where and when.open image