The Big Interview: Hapag Lloyd - the next 175 years

May 19, 2022 00:26:51
The Big Interview: Hapag Lloyd - the next 175 years
The Loadstar Podcast
The Big Interview: Hapag Lloyd - the next 175 years
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Show Notes

On its 175th anniversary, Loadstar Podcast editor and producer Mike King asks Hapag Lloyd, the world’s fifth largest container line, how the carrier is managing the chaos of the here and now? What is being done to help shipper customers? Where will the windfalls of the last two years be spent? And what does the future hold for container shipping over the next 175 years?

Mike interviews newly appointed Executive Board Member of Hapag Lloyd, Donya Amer, and Dr. Ralf Belusa, Managing Director Digital Business & Transformation.

Credits: created, produced and hosted by Mike King

 

Episode in more detail:

175 years of challenges (2.22)

Unkinking container shipping now ( 6.21)

A reset for supply chains (9.40)

Any slots for an SME? (12.40)

Spending a treasure chest (14.45)

Scramble for Africa and investing in clean fuels (16.52)

Digitalisation and Covid-19 (22.35)

The next 175 years (25.10)

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