Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG (HHLA) is a leading European port and transport logistics company that joins sea, rail and road to form an exemplary transport chain. Its container hubs are the points of intersection within a network that links seaports on the North Sea, Baltic Sea, Mediterranean and Black Sea with the central, eastern and south-eastern European inland.


Rail Port Hamburg

Among European ports – and indeed worldwide – Hamburg is at the top as a rail port. Read more on the success story.


Fifty Years and Still Growing

The increasing size of container ships is not a new phenomenon. Hamburg is expecting higher numbers of calls from the currently largest class of ships.


On the track with the a Metrans shunter

Through the Port of Hamburg accompany an engine driver from the freight railway station "Alte Süderelbe" to the container terminals.


The 20,000s are Coming

HHLA is preparing itself to handle mega ships with a capacity of more than 20,000 standard containers.


Speicherstadt Named World Heritage

The Hamburg Speicherstadt, which HHLA built and developed into a vibrant quarter, has been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


See the Constant change

The Port of Hamburg is developing in a constant change. See pictures of stevedoring, rail traffic and shipping. A real highlight!


detailed map of the Port

Download a detailed map of the Port of Hamburg. On the right-hand side, an interactive port plan shows you how to reach HHLA in Hamburg.



Here we provide an overview of the HHLA Group’s organisational structure and its affiliates. Detailed information on the executive and supervisory boards, departments and the different companies is also given.


Port and Logistics Glossary

Want to know what a straddle carrier transports or which ports belong to the Hamburg-Antwerp Range? Then take a look at our glossary!