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Port of Hamburg sees lower container traffic

In the first nine months of the year, the Port of Hamburg transferred substantially more freight on to rail - Seaborne cargo handling was below...

HHLA exceeds strong previous year’s results

Group revenue increases by 2.3 percent; Group operating result (EBIT) rises by 0.6 percent Significant rise in the operating result for the year...

5G applications’ test in Hamburg

Data glasses for engineers, connected antennas, and sensors on ships: The Hamburg Port Authority (HPA), Deutsche Telekom, and Nokia look back on a positive...

Port of Hamburg at CIIE in Shanghai

From 5 to 10 November 2018 the China International Import Expo (CIIE) takes place in Shanghai for the first time. Based on an idea...

‘Pink Lady’ in the Port of Hamburg

With her striking magenta colour design, she’s a real eye-catcher in the Port of Hamburg. With a length of 320 metres and slot capacity...

Hamburg participated on the Halifax Port Days 2018

Every September the Port of Halifax organizes the Halifax Port Days. Over 1000 representatives of Harbor and economy as well as politicians and representatives of...

Digitalization of the port of Hamburg

Underwater drones, autonomous trucks and paperless Customs clearance – the future is already buzzing in the Port of Hamburg. The ‘Digital Networking’ conference run...

Hamburg port: Gateway to the World for Czechia and Slovakia

Metrans, founded exactly 70 years ago, was the main talking point at the Port of Hamburg Evening in Prague on 11 October. For centuries,...

Enhanced railway services at Port of Hamburg

The Port of Hamburg and Metrans Group are intensifying their links with Lithuanian Railways. Axel Mattern, Joint CEO of Port of Hamburg Marketing, and...

HVCC and Kotug Smit Towage to upgrade Hamburg port

Hamburg Vessel Coordination Center (HVCC) and tug shipping company Kotug Smit Towage will in future work closely together at the Port of Hamburg in...
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