Hapag-Lloyd and Hamburg Süd in new reefer collaboration

Hapag-Lloyd and Hamburg Süd have applied for regulatory approval of a new ambitious collaboration that will increase reefer capacity between the US East Coast and South America.

Photo: Hamburg Süd

While interest is gathering on the four new and intensified alliances that, once approved by authorities and regulators, seem to draw a picture of the global container industry from 2015 and going forward, new constellations are underway across these alliances.

Hapag-Lloyd, Hamburg Süd, NYK, Brazilian Aliança and CSAV have now applied for approval of a new collaborative agreement in which the five container carriers will cooperate on services between the US East Coast and Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay on the South American East Coast.

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