Hapag-Lloyd takes a break from port terminal acquisitions

The German carrier plans to invest in more port terminals but not until prices have dropped to lower levels, says CEO.
Photo: Pr / Hhla / Dietmar Hasenpusch
Photo: Pr / Hhla / Dietmar Hasenpusch

Hamburg-based container liner Hapag-Lloyd, the world’s fifth-largest, has paused its investments in port terminals and infrastructure until prices have fallen to more modest levels.

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