FANZL to become Hamburg Süd

Tuesday, December 18, 2007
With effect from 1 January 2008, the Hamburg Süd shipping group will be replacing its brand "FANZL Fesco Australia New Zealand Liner Services" with the Hamburg Süd brand. The FANZL office in Seattle will from then on be assuming responsibility for Hamburg Süd's customer activities on US West Coast as a Customer Service Center.

Hamburg Süd took over the cross trade operations of Fesco Ocean Management Limited (FOML) between Australia/New Zealand, Asia and North America respectively as recently as July 2006 and successfully integrated them into the shipping group under the brand name FANZL.

Hamburg Süd seeks to interlink all its operations as closely as possible in order to exploit synergies and, as a result, achieve added value for its customers in its services. The change of name is therefore taking place with the assurance of absolute continuity: contact partners, address, telephone and fax numbers remain the same.


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