Kombi-Transeuropa Terminal Hamburg (KTH)

Rail freight handling at Kombi-Transeuropa Terminal Hamburg (KTH) is optimized for rail transport of containers and trucks or swap-bodies in combined cargo traffic.  Handling is done at HHLA Container Terminal Altenwerder (CTA). This central location offers ideal opportunities for feeding containers and swap-bodies into the network of the rail companies operating in the port.  At the biggest container rail station in Europe, four modern rail cranes with rotating trolleys ensure rapid loading/unloading of block trains on nine 700-metre tracks.

The world’s first climate-neutral container terminal

CTA in Hamburg is the world’s first container handling facility to be certified climate-neutral. Primarily it is powered by green electricity, but how do the electrified processes work? 

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Technical data

Area: ca. 102.000 m2

Rail-mounted gantry crane: 4

Number of tracks: 9

Track length: 700 m

Contact persons

Patrick Krawutschke

Managing Director

Phone +49 40 3088-8510