The Hasselblad Zeiss 40mm CFE IF has higher resolution at the edges, at least 100 lp/mm, which benefits film shooters. The Rodenstock HR lenses offer a maximum of about 60 lp/mm and is targeted for digital use, since current single shot digital backs cannot resolve more. If you compare the published MTF curves for both of these lenses, you can also see better MTF edge performance from the Zeiss lens. The higher edge distortion of the Zeiss lens was a design trade-off. It allows landscape shooters to resolve more detail at infinity, and the distortion was kept as linear as possible to allow a more accurate rendering in post distortion correction, when desired. Even after post correction, you should still wind up with at least 60 lp/mm, if not more.
Also, the 40 CFE IF has floating elements that provide excellent performance at all focusing ranges, from close up to infinity. The Rodenstock lenses do not have such floating elements and are designed for infinity distances.