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The two Hapag-Lloyd ships that transited the Suez Canal yesterday have commenced sea passage. The last three Hapag-Lloyd vessels are expected to pass the canal today and continue their voyage.
Exact ETA of our affected vessels is still under evaluation. We are doing our utmost to optimize the rotations in order to minimize potential bottlenecks at ports and terminals. Any additional operational measures will be communicated in due time.
Our teams are tirelessly working 24/7 to keep the impact on our customers as low as possible. We will keep you regularly updated about the further developments.
Hapag-Lloyd´s CEO Rolf Habben Jansen will give you an update on the current situation and our outlook on the next weeks to come on Thursday, 8 April at 6 PM CET and on Monday, 12 April at 8 AM CET. A formal invitation will be sent out later today.
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+++ last updated on 01 April, 9 AM CET +++