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Hapag Lloyd Container Tracking

Hapag Lloyd Container Tracking by Portcast.io delivers real-time visibility of your ocean cargo delivered in a simple to use web app platform or integrated via API. Portcast HLCU container tracking and tracing offers a comprehensive global coverage for all your ocean shipments.

Supporting Hapag Lloyd container tracking by BL, container or booking number. Set up container tracking today in less than 3 minutes. 

More than your conventional track & trace container tracking. Redefining the notion of real-time

Live Vessel Location / AIS

Track vessels position in real-time, powered by global nano-satellite imagery

Container Event Milestones

Aggregate all your container movements across multiple bookings and carriers in one single tool

Predictive ETA

Accurate ETA predictions multiple days ahead of the arrival

Container Terminal Tracking

Supporting direct container port integrations across select geographies and seaports.

About Hapag-Lloyd

Founded: 1970
Corporate HQ: Hamburg, Germany
Website: https://www.hapag-lloyd.com

Hapag-Lloyd is a German international shipping and container company. It was formed on September 1st, 1970, by the merger of Hapag-American Line (which dated from 1847) and Norddeutscher Lloyd (which dated from 1856). 

Hapag operates in 137 countries, with a vessel fleet of 257 ships, transporting 11.8 million TEU per year. Their fleet has a total capacity of 1.8 million TEU and provides fast and reliable connections between more than 600 ports on all continents.

In 2014, Hapag-Lloyd took over the container business of Chile’s Compañía Sud Americana de Vapores SA (CSAV). In 2016, Hapag-Lloyd merged with United Arab Shipping Company (UASC), which resulted in HAPAG becoming the world’s 5th largest container transported in terms of vessel capacity.


Hapag-Lloyd container ship, Al Dahna.

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Coming soon: Terminal integrations available on request for major ports in China, Europe, Americas.

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