Hapag-Lloyd upgrades efforts in container ship special cargo

Special cargo which cannot fit into containers, constitutes an attractive market growing across the globe, notes Hapag-Lloyd which is expanding activity in the segment.

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The container carrier Hapag-Lloyd has upgraded the portion of the organization which deals with special cargo on the carrier's container ships, which means cargo too big or too heavy to be in a container, according to a press release.

"Special Cargo is a growing market throughout the world," says Thorsten Haeser, chief commercial officer of Hapag-Lloyd. He characterizes the market as "attractive".

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