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Drewry: Hapag-Lloyd is in peak financial condition

German container carrier Hapag-Lloyd, with a solid footing in Latin America and a diversification of the carrier's route network, stands as one of the sector's most attractive players, according to analyst agency Drewry.

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Container carrier Hapag-Lloyd, which was listed on the stock exchange last fall after the takeover of Chilean CSAV, stands out as one of the container sector's most interesting carriers. In particular, because Hapag-Lloyd has increasingly made itself less dependent on specific routes such as the weak East-West routes between Asia and Europe, notes UK-based analyst firm Drewry.

In an investor analysis of Hapag-Lloyd, Drewry projects that the company, in spite of the historically low rate level, and the overcapacity in the container sector, will be profitable in the short and medium terms.

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