The global shipping line Hapag-Lloyd is now launching its own Sweden-Denmark express (SDX) route.
The new line will run once a week from Hamburg directly to Copenhagen and then on to Helsingborg and Århus in Denmark, subsequently returning to Hamburg. The maiden voyage took place on 14 March this year.
“Hapag-Lloyd has been a customer of CMP for many years and we are now looking forward to developing the collaboration to include the new line. It is naturally positive that as a port we can offer our customers additional services to and from Copenhagen. This will contribute to moving freight transport from road to sea, says Jacob Fogh”, Terminal Manager at CMP.
With a fleet of over 150 modern ships and a total of some 100 routes between all continents, Germany’s Hapag-Lloyd is one of the world’s leading shipping lines. The company has a presence in more than 300 locations in 114 countries and has 7,000 employees.
From CMP’s side we are keenly anticipating the new line and the staff are well prepared to receive the first ship when it arrives in Copenhagen.