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HAMBURG: October 12, 2018. Hapag-Lloyd and Ocean Network Express (ONE) have agreed to share capacity on certain intra-Europe and intra-Asia feeder services.

MFR HapagHapag-Lloyd and ONE introduced a ‘Bohai Feeder’ (BHX) in August and will launch a ‘North Sea Poland Express’ (NPX) in mid-October.

“This new cooperation strengthens Hapag-Lloyd’s and Ocean Network Express’s footprints in Europe as well as expands both companies’ service portfolios in Asia,” said Hapag-Lloyd CEO Rolf Habben Jansen. “With this new cooperation we are able to offer our customers worldwide a far better and consistent feeder network.”

“This new cooperation is another strong footnote to the existing bilateral partnership,” added ONE CEO Jeremy Nixon. “We are convinced that together with Hapag-Lloyd, [we] will continue to enrich our feeder network portfolio and provide more premium feeder service to our respective customers.”

Responding to the new IMO 2020 emissions regulation lowering the new sulphur cap for compliant fuel oil from 3.5 percent to 0.5 percent, Hapag-Lloyd estimates its fuel bill will increase US$1 billion “in the first years”.

As a result the company is introducing a Marine Fuel Recovery (MFR) fee that will replace all existing fuel-related charges from January 01, 2019.

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