Habben Jansen looks toward 2020: It's not that bad

Hapag-Lloyd is still optimistic about the container market in the years to come. Speaking to ShippingWatch, CEO Rolf Habben Jansen declines to comment on a new global association underway among the major liner companies.

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Rolf Habben Jansen still believes in a recovery.

After the first half of the year and a large deficit, the Hapag-Lloyd CEO was not worried about the future. The market would improve, despite the fact that few others in the market were that optimistic, he told ShippingWatch.

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