Chartered ships to reduce risk of failed green investments for Hapag-Lloyd

A number of charter agreements provide Hapag-Lloyd with an opportunity to replace end-of-life ships and expiring charter deals. Moreover, the agreements could postpone risky investments in green-fueled ships, according to the carrier’s CEO.

Photo: Hapag-Lloyd/Thies Raetzke

Hapag-Lloyd, the world’s fifth-largest container carrier and based in Hamburg, has entered a number of charter agreements, which in the coming years may reduce the company’s risk of making failed investments in the green transformation.

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