Hapag-Lloyd presents preliminary numbers for the first half of the year

Preliminary numbers for the first half of the year from Hapag-Lloyd show that the German container line increased its operations significantly. The shipping line maintains its full-year guidance.

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German shipping line Hapag-Lloyd, which competes with Maersk, made it through the first half of the year with an significantly improved result, show preliminary numbers published by the company Wednesday.

These show that the company's special operating profit, EBITDA, grew to around EUR 1.5 billion in the first six months, up from EUR 956 million in the same period last year.

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