Tag: <span>Hapag-Lloyd</span>

Hapag-Lloyd selects SERTICA fleet management system for 70+ vessels
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Hapag-Lloyd selects SERTICA fleet management system for 70+ vessels

Hapag-Lloyd will roll out Logimatic’s maritime fleet management system SERTICA on more than 70 container vessels, replacing several of the shipping company’s existing fleet management systems. The goal is to provide a common Technical Fleet Management System for Hapag Lloyd’s fleets both in Hamburg and Dubai as part of its digital transformation and centralisation plans....

DNV supports Hapag-Lloyd’s green financing
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DNV supports Hapag-Lloyd’s green financing

DNV has supported Hapag-Lloyd in obtaining financing for six of its containership newbuildings according to the Green Loan Principles of the Loan Market Association (LMA). DNV has verified that the transactions fulfil the requirements of the programme. Hapag-Lloyd has concluded two debut transactions according to the Green Loan Principles of the Loan Market Association (LMA),...

ME-GI to power ultra-large Hapag-Lloyd containerships
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ME-GI to power ultra-large Hapag-Lloyd containerships

MAN Energy Solutions has won an order for six MAN B&W 11G95ME-GI Mk10.5 main engines in connection with the building of six ultra-large, 23,500+-teu container vessels for Hapag-Lloyd. The engines will be built in Korea and will offer the option of operating on LNG or conventional fuel, meeting Tier III emission standards through SCR (Selective...

Hapag-Lloyd collaborates with Portchain on fleet planning
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Hapag-Lloyd collaborates with Portchain on fleet planning

Hapag-Lloyd has announced plans to implement Portchain’s advanced fleet planning software to optimise workflows within voyage control and execution. Portchain, which provides advanced analytics and AI solutions for the shipping industry will combine large amounts of data with its proprietary machine learning algorithms to provide live insights on issues affecting the schedules of Hapag-Lloyd’s vessels....

Hapag-Lloyd sees downward trend in emissions ahead of IMO 2020
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Hapag-Lloyd sees downward trend in emissions ahead of IMO 2020

Hapag-Lloyd’s latest sustainability report outlines some of its 2018 achievements and its visions for the future, including reducing its fuel consumption and emissions across its 227 vessels in preparation for the IMO’s 2020 global sulphur cap. CO2 emissions While the IMO 2020 regulation is a challenge for many shipowners and operators and will entail significant...

Hapag-Lloyd estimates sulphur cap to cost additional $1bn
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Hapag-Lloyd estimates sulphur cap to cost additional $1bn

Hapag-Lloyd has estimated the IMO’s global 2020 sulphur cap will cost the company additional charges of around 1 billion US dollars in the first few years. The estimation is based on Hapag-Lloyd using sulphur fuel oil (LSFO) for compliance with an assumption that the spread between high sulphur fuel oil (HSFO) and LSFO will be 250...

Port of Hamburg tests emissions-reducing mobile generator
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Port of Hamburg tests emissions-reducing mobile generator

The Port of Hamburg is working with Becker Marine Systems, Hapag-Lloyd AG and Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG (HHLA) to test a new kind of mobile generator that will enable large and very large container ships to switch off their auxiliary diesel supplies during lay time. The companies have been testing the technology since the...

MacGregor boosts cargo carrying efficiency of Hapag-Lloyd vessels
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MacGregor boosts cargo carrying efficiency of Hapag-Lloyd vessels

MacGregor, part of Cargotec, is optimising the container stowage systems on board seven Hapag-Lloyd C-class container vessels to deliver enhanced earning potential and reduce emissions per transported cargo unit. The work is being carried out under a MacGregor Cargo Boost service, which is designed to increase the cargo carrying efficiency of vessels and deliver improved...