The collapse in the oil prices knocked many maritime companies to the ground, but for the world's fifth-largest container shipping line, German Hapag-Lloyd, the collapse came as a welcome help when the coronavirus paralyzed global trade in the spring.
With the drastic plunge in oil prices, fuel prices plunged correspondingly. And this happened at a time when the global fleet had just been instructed to sail on more expensive environmental fuels.
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