Hapag-Lloyd lands EUR 80.9 million operating profit

Germany's Hapag-Lloyd delivered an EUR 80.9 million operating profit (EBIT) in the third quarter. The acquisition of Chilean CSAV has increased the group's cargo volumes by close to 30 percent, according to the interim report.

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On the heels of the just-completed IPO, Hapag-Lloyd now presents an operating result (EBIT) of EUR 80.9 million for the third quarter, according to the carrier's interim report, published today, Wednesday. This marks a significant improvement from last year when the carrier's operating result came to EUR 23.6 million in the same period.

The container carrier's bottom line finished at EUR 3.2 million against a deficit of EUR 50.7 million in the third quarter 2014.

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