Hapag-Lloyd stays in black

Savings and significant growth in volumes help Hapag-Lloyd secure black numbers on the bottom line in the 3rd quarter with a total of 16.6 million euros.

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An growing volume had a positive impact on container carrier Hapag-Lloyd's bottom line.

Transport volumes increased by 8.6 percent, from 1.28 to 1.39 million teu in in the third quarter of the year, and the operating result for the period came to 66.9 million euros, says the company in a press release.

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