Habben Jansen believes in growth in 2021 and a record-low orderbook

Container shipping line Hapag-Lloyd aims at a global market growth of nearly six percent in 2021, says the company's CEO, Rolf Habben Jansen. Additionally, the order book is at the lowest level in many years, he says.

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Container lines are currently reaping big profits from the upturn that has characterized the market since summer – and asking Hapag-Lloyd CEO Rolf Habben Jansen, several things suggest that 2021 could also be a good year.

At any rate, the chief executive pointed to a series of factors that currently benefit the German company in connection with his speech at this year's digital version of the Global Liner Shipping Conference Tuesday morning, EST.

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