HHLA Container Terminal Tollerort is the smallest and most personal of HHLA’s container terminals in the Port of Hamburg and sets great store on flexibility and client satisfaction. Straddle carriers with environment-friendly propulsion stack the steel boxes in four layers, ensuring efficient use of space that is being further optimized by the rebuilding of the terminal. In-filled port basins have already been taken into service as additional storage spaces, while a recently completed on-dock container terminal using state-of-the-art transtainers has boosted rail throughput capacity fivefold.

/ 10.11.2014
Efficient Coordination
The Nautical Terminal Coordination handles the coordination of mega-ship calls.
/ 02.10.2014
Decision on Dredging of Navigation Channel
Klaus-Dieter Peters, Chairman of HHLA’s Executive Board, comments on the decision of the Federal Administrative Court.
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Additional information for truckers

Up-to-date information about traffic and detailed maps of the terminal make the trip easier for truck drivers.


In the fast Lane

Trucking 2.0, under the guiding hand of process manager Dr Nicole Lehmkuhl, is increasing the efficiency of processes at the check-in gates of the HHLA terminals.



At Tollerort, straddle-carriers are shifting two 20-ft boxes simultaneously. This boost to efficiency is proving very welcome to customers.