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hapaglloyd01

Hapag-Lloyd

Printing on the base of the bag (and upside-down, at that) seems to be a German thing (see also the LTU bag). Why do they do it? Because it's cheaper to print on a small piece of paper and then stick it on the base, than to run the whole bag through a printing press.

Thanks to Jürgen Klein. (1999)

hapaglloyd08

Hapag-Lloyd (acs germany)

Same as hapaglloyd01 above, only with "acs germany" in the gusset, instead of the Gunther G logo.

Thanks to Homer Goetz (2004)

hapaglloyd10

Hapag-Lloyd (ACS)

A slightly tatty bag with an overloaded gusset, both the Gunther G logo and ACS.

Thanks to Homer Goetz (2005)

hapaglloyd09

Hapag-Lloyd (Gunther)

With a reinforced bas and the Gunther logo in the gusset.

Thanks to Thorsten Hecht (2004)

hapaglloyd02

Hapag-Lloyd (2001)

Logo is still on the base, but at least they've managed to print it directly onto the bag rather than onto a sticky label.

Thanks to Thomas Soltwedel. (2001)

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