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New SOLAS Regulations Take Effect
From July, verified gross mass will be the only type of weight declaration that the Hamburg HHLA terminals will be accepting for the...
/ 30.06.2016
Polzug MD with German Foreign Minister in Georgia
As a member of a trade delegation, Polzug’s MD Wind is accompanying the German Minister for Foreign Affairs Steinmeier to Georgia.
/ 30.06.2016
New Managing Director for Hansaport
Degreed engineer Ben Thurnwald is to become the new Managing Director of Hansaport Hafenbetriebsgesellschaft mbH on 1 July 2016. He will...
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What were the 50-sheds?

The most modern warehouses of their time could each unload two ocean-going vessels at the same time using electric half-gantry cranes. Discover history!

 

Hamburg again voted ‘Best Seaport Europe’

The Port of Hamburg was voted 'Best Seaport - Europe' by readers of the Asia Cargo News trade journal again.

 

Larger Turning Circle at Tollerort

The removal of a promontory at Tollerort will improve the facility’s accessibility from 2017. Construction work is in time.

 

Rail Port Hamburg

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

 

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.

 

A Glimpse into the Engine House

Take a closer look at the construction of a tandem container gantry crane: Who steers it? What can it lift? And how do its jibs move?

 

The 20,000s are Coming

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

 

Your Path to HHLA

From the wide range of vocational training opportunities, on through the trainee programmes, to directly joining the Group as a specialist manager, HHLA offers a diversified range of opportunities.

 

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!