Hapag-Lloyd gets highest credit rating from Moody's since 2010

Moody's follows on the heels of S&P and raises its credit rating of Hapag-Lloyd to the highest level since 2010, noting that Hapag-Lloyd has performed better than expected during the pandemic.

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German container line Hapag-Lloyd sees its credit rating raised by Moody's.

The credit rating bureau raises its rating of Hapag-Lloyd from B1 with a negative outlook to Ba3 with a stable outlook. This is the highest level Moody's has rated Hapag-Lloyd since the firm began to rate the shipping line in 2010, writes Hapag-Lloyd in a press release.

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