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HHLA loaded world’s biggest ship propeller

On Sunday, 16 September, Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG (HHLA) loaded the biggest ship propeller in the world onto a vessel. The “HHLA IV”...

Good news for the port of Hamburg

The third supplementary planning procedure for fairway adjustment on the Outer and Lower Elbe has been completed. Good news for shipping and Hamburg’s port customers...

Port of Hamburg in a slight downturn

Distinct rise in railborne container transport – more conventional general cargo again, less bulk cargo – container throughput slightly lower In the first half of...

New power supply technology to be explored

Becker Marine Systems, Hapag-Lloyd and HHLA test alternative power supply at the Port of Hamburg. Hamburg is taking a further step toward improving air quality...

Ultracarrier “Ever Goods” for the first time in the Hamburg Port

The "Ever Goods" of the Taiwanese shipping company Evergreen Marine, which was only commissioned in June, visited the port of Hamburg from 17 to...

DAKOSY launches myboxplace.de

With deadline July 24, 2018 DAKOSY launches the operation of the new platform myboxplace.de as the successor to the "virtual depot", which has been...

‘Cosco Shipping Universe’ visits Hamburg Port

The Port of Hamburg was one of those called by one of the world’s largest containerships during her maiden voyage. With her slot capacity...

EU – Japan agreement: Repercussions for the Hamburg Port?

The European Union (EU) has signed its largest-ever free trade agreement. This aims to boost the economies of the EU and Japan. For instance,...

Cooperation between HVCC & Rotterdam Port Authority

The HVCC Hamburg Vessel Coordination Center and the Rotterdam Port Authority have entered into a cooperative relationship, the likes of which the world has...
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Hapag-Lloyd invests in LNG retrofit

German vessel operator Hapag-Lloyd is converting a former UASC ship, the 15,000TEU Sajir, to operate on LNG fuel. Hapag-Lloyd said that using LNG compared to...

Lines argue FMC has no jurisdiction in chassis dispute

The world’s biggest shipping lines have filed a motion to dismiss a US$1.8 billion complaint about equipment use in the US on the grounds...

DP World Australia expects to resolve dockers dispute

Dock workers in Port Botany, Sydney Australia, are expected to reach a negotiated agreement to their dispute with DP World Australia (DPWA) following a...

“Abraham Accords” leads to market buoyancy in Middle East

Maersk Line, the world's largest container shipping carrier, will start to ship boxes between Israel and United Arab Emirates (UAE), as the two countries...