As at 31 March 2015, Hapag-Lloyd's fleet comprised a total of 190 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 amounts to around one million TEU. Hapag-Lloyd also owns or leases a container stock of more than 1.6 million TEU for transporting cargo.
Out of an order book of in total seven 9.300 TEU ships five vessels have already deployed until 31 March 2015. On 20 April 2015, Hapag-Lloyd ordered five container vessels, each with a capacity of 10,500 TEU. Each of the new Hapag-Lloyd ships will have 2,100 slots for reefer containers. The ships are scheduled for delivery between October 2016 and May 2017.
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.