Hapag-Lloyd adds 10 more vessels to its orderbook from Greek owners

Hapag-Lloyd has added another ten vessels to its list of upcoming newbuilds, the carrier confirms in a comment to ShippingWatch. The ships will be taken over from Greek shipowners who originally ordered the vessels, according to analyst firm Alphaliner. Updated.

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German container carrier Hapag-Lloyd has added additional orders to its pipeline of new vessels, writes analyst firm Alphaliner, and the information has subsequently been confirmed by Hapag-Lloyd in a comment to ShippingWatch.

Specifically, the carrier has entered acquisition and chartering agreements for ten 13,000 teu container vessels that will be supplied in 2022 and 2023.

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