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TOLLERORT (CTT)

HHLA Container Terminal Tollerort (CTT) looks magnificent with its compact and flexible facility. Straddle carriers with environmentally friendly drives stack the steel containers in four yards and ensure the efficient use of space, which was optimised as a result of the renovation of the entire terminal. Full docks have been made accessible for the creation of further yards. New container gantry cranes were used to ready the quaysides for processing the largest container ships.

/ 17.09.2019
Floating cranes working on new ship berths
HHLA’s floating cranes transport 42-metre-long pipes which will be embedded into the bottom of the river Elbe to create additional waiting points for ships.
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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?

 

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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. 

 

Two-box-taxis

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