Hapag-Lloyd expects meaningful improvement to its reliability this year

Hapag-Lloyd has set its sights on becoming one of the most reliable shipping lines in the course of next year. So far the company is in the bottom part of the field, but it aims for a significant improvement already in the second half of the year, the company tells ShippingWatch.

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Nine months after Rolf Habben Jansen set the ambition of improving Hapag-Lloyd's schedule reliability, the container shipping line's vessels are still clocking in at the lower end of the scale in terms of arriving on time.

In August last year, the CEO set a time frame of two years to get the shipping company into the top third of most reliable companies in the sector.

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