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Hapag-Lloyd sees significant improvement in the first quarter

Container line Hapag-Lloyd grew significantly on both the top and bottom line and got off to an unusually good start to 2021. The company maintains its full-year expectations.

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German container line Hapag-Lloyd got off to an unusually strong start to 2021, in which high rates on container freight left a noticeable mark on the bottom line.

The bottom line results at EUR 1.2 billion against EUR 24.8 million in the same period last year, shows the company's interim report for the first quarter.

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