Neo-Panamax series for South American trade

Hapag-Lloyd’s new breed of 10,593 TEU neo-Panamax boxship is pivotal to the restructure of its northwest Europe/South America east coast service (picture courtesy of Hapag-Lloyd)

Hapag-Lloyd has invested in a new generation of boxships on the strength of new opportunities offered by the enlargement of the Panama Canal and prospects of long-term growth in Latin American economies. David Tinsley reports

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