Hapag-Lloyd Tracking Vessel

Track your Hapag-Lloyd vessel worldwide

Input the IMO number or the name of the Hapag-Lloyd vessel, and get complete information about the ship voyage (position, schedule, ETA, etc). 

About Hapag-Lloyd Shipping Company

What is Hapag-Lloyd?

Hapag-Lloyd is a leading global shipping and logistics company based in Germany. They operate a comprehensive network of services across the world’s major trade routes.

Important data about Hapag-Lloyd shipping company

Hapag-Lloyd operates a fleet of over 250 ships, serving more than 600 ports worldwide. The company employs around 13,000 people and generates significant revenue in the global shipping industry.

They transport over 12 million TEU (twenty-foot equivalent units) annually.

Hapag-Lloyd is continually expanding its fleet and capacity, with plans to add new vessels and enhance its service offerings.

How do I track a Hapag-Lloyd vessel?

Input the IMO number or the name of the Hapag-Lloyd vessel you choose.

Hapag-Lloyd Shipping line and Container

The Hapag-Lloyd Group operates a diverse fleet of over 250 ships, including around 120 container ships.

Biggest ships in Hapag-Lloyd shipping company

The largest vessels in the Hapag-Lloyd fleet include:

  • Hapag-Lloyd Al Jmeliyah: Capacity of 19,870 TEU
  • Hapag-Lloyd Al Nefud: Capacity of 19,870 TEU
  • Hapag-Lloyd Al Muraykh: Capacity of 19,870 TEU
  • Hapag-Lloyd Al Zubara: Capacity of 19,870 TEU
  • Hapag-Lloyd Al Dahna: Capacity of 19,870 TEU


These ships exemplify the company’s commitment to providing worldwide extensive and reliable shipping services.

Frequently Asked Questions About Hapag-Lloyd Vessel Tracking

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Vessel tracking involves the real-time monitoring of ships’ locations and movements using a variety of tracking systems and technologies. This practice is essential for ensuring maritime safety, optimizing fleet management, and securing cargo shipments.

The IMO number is a unique identifier for ships and can usually be found on your shipping documentation, bill of lading, or obtained from Hapag-Lloyd customer service.

The choice of a vessel tracking solution depends on different factors: requirements, constraints & objectives; features and functionalities; technology used; and accuracy, coverage, interface, and cost.

Yes, most vessel tracking tools allow you to track multiple vessels simultaneously by entering their respective IMO numbers, names, or call signs.