Hapag-Lloyd downgrades guidance for 2018

Hapag-Lloyd lowers its expectations for the full year 2018, citing an unexpected and continuing increase in operational costs. More liner companies will likely follow suit, says analyst.

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Updated with comment from Seaintelligence Consulting analyst Lars Jensen.

German liner shipping company Hapag-Lloyd downgrades its full-year guidance for 2018.

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