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Updated mobile app. by Hapag-Lloyd

Hapag-Lloyd announced its updated mobile application:

"Mobility and convenience is important to a modern way of working. That’s why we have updated our mobile app to include Quick Quotes and mobile booking. You are now able to request your quotes and make your booking to quickly exploit new business opportunities from the palm of your hand.

One App – Seven Features

Quick Quotes – Get instant binding quotations. Anytime. Anywhere.

Bookings – Place new bookings within seconds, check your current booking requests and easily copy previous bookings.

Container Tracing – Track your containers in real-time by using B/L, booking or container number.

Schedule – Check routing for ports and inland locations, including transshipment details, transit times and mode of transport for inland legs.

Services – View all the routes served by Hapag-Lloyd, along with transit times, and overview maps.

News – Stay up-to-date with Hapag-Lloyd news that matter to you.

Offices – Find and contact your local Hapag-Lloyd office directly from the app."

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