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TOLLERORT (CTT)

The HHLA Container Terminal Tollerort impresses with an extremely compact and flexible facility. Straddle carriers running on green power stack the steel boxes in four tiers and ensure efficient use of the space, which will be optimised as a result of restructuring at the terminal. Docks, which are at capacity, have been expanded to create additional yard space. The quayside will be developed and equipped with new gantry cranes to handle the largest container ships. 

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Handling times during holiday period

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

 

Mega-freighters at the Port of Hamburg

What happens with the gigantic container vessels at the quayside? And where do all the colourful steel boxes go?

 

Experienced innovator Thomas John sees networking as the core of digitalisation. It is his job to make this happen at HHLA.

 

Tollerort Optimised for Mega-ships

The largest container ships can reach the Terminal Tollerort (CTT) more easily and will be handled by new gantry cranes. 

 

Photo gallery: A Real Heavyweight

In tandem, both of HHLA’s floating cranes move a heavyweight from a container ship to an inland vessel at CTT in Hamburg.

 

Dance of the cranes

Two new container gantry cranes were directly assembled at Terminal Tollerort (CTT) and moved to the berth.

 

Two-box-taxis

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