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Hapag-Lloyd focuses on special, out-of-gauge cargo on containerships

GERMANY's Hapag-Lloyd has announced that it will focus more on special, out-of-gauge cargo for its containerships in liner service.

Hapag-Lloyd focuses on special, out-of-gauge cargo on containerships
07 March 2016 - 23:02

Hapag-Lloyd focuses on special, out-of-gauge cargo on containerships
GERMANY's Hapag-Lloyd has announced that it will focus more on special, out-of-gauge cargo for its containerships in liner service.
To transport more cargo that does not fit into standard containers, the company has strengthened its team of specialists. 
In addition to its Special Cargo Division at its headquarters in Hamburg, Special Cargo Teams have been established for the major markets in Asia and South and North America. 
Thus more than 50 sales and technical specialists for out of gauge (OOG) transports are available to support customers worldwide. 
"Special Cargo is a growing market throughout the world. Hapag-Lloyd has many years of experience in this attractive segment," said Hapag-Lloyd chief commercial officer Thorsten Haeser. 
"We are well-known for our expertise. Now we intend to reach more customers and grow in this segment as well," he said.
Special cargo can be transported, loaded and unloaded on almost all vessels operated by Hapag-Lloyd in any major port. 
In this way, customers have access to 121 liner services at present calling regularly at all major ports worldwide.

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