Alphaliner questions Hapag-Lloyd acquisition

German Hapag-Lloyd's acquisition of much smaller container carrier CSAV may have been a bad investment, as a big part of CSAV's value consists of goodwill and immaterial assets, says Alphaliner in a new analysis.

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The world's fourth-largest container carrier is called Hapag-Lloyd following the German carrier's acquisition of Chilean CSAV on December 2nd. But how sound was the investment, asks Alphaliner in a new analysis.

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