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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. 

/ 18.07.2017
Research Project on Sustainable Energy in Ports
A model-based process should improve sustainable energy in ports. The project is led by the HHLA subsidiary, HPC.
/ 12.07.2017
Only One Pre-announcement Per Truck Visit
From the end of August, a list of all shipments included in one truck visit must be registered with HHLA’s container terminals.
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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.

 

New express inland waterway ship at HHLA Terminals

Regular shipments by inland waterway craft boost the capacity of the port and show brilliant environmental footprint.

 

In Charge

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

 

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. 

 

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.