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Burchardkai (CTB)

HHLA Terminal Burchardkai is the largest and oldest facility for container handling in the Port of Hamburg. The first steel boxes were unloaded here in 1968 and today the terminal handles one in three of all containers in the Port of Hamburg. 30 container gantry cranes work on thousands of ships that tie up annually; many hundreds of rail cars are loaded and discharged every day. With the programme of expansion and modernization now in progress, terminal capacity will be extended step by step.

/ 15.05.2017
First 20,000 TEU Containership at CTB
MOL TRIUMPH, one of the biggest containerships in the world, made fast in Hamburg at CTB.
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MOL Triumph in Hamburg

One of the biggest containerships in the world made fast in Hamburg at CTB. Have a look at impressive pictures!

 

In Charge

HHLA operates the biggest fleet of electric vehicles of any port in Europe - thereby setting standards in environmental protection.

 

Handling Times during holiday period

Get informed on the truck handling times at the HHLA Container Terminals during the spring holiday period.

 

Next Box Stop: Hamburg

New alliances in the container shipping industry: customers remain loyal to HHLA.Get an overview!

 

Success in the Dark

Why do HHLA container terminals drastically reduce the lighting?

 

Handling Times during holiday period

Get informed on the truck handling times at the HHLA Container Terminals during the spring holiday period.

 

Concise history of Burchardkai (CTB)

Follow the steps in the development of one of Europe's largest Container Terminals.

 

Three New Gantry Cranes for Burchardkai

A special ship has delivered three new cranes to Hamburg. See how the huge equipment is lifted onto the quay.

 

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?

 

Stuffing and Service

250 containers per day are stuffed and stripped at the Burchardkai container stuffing and service center, approx. 450,000 tons per year.