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Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG

Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG (HHLA) is a leading European port and transport logistics company. Its container hubs are the points of intersection within a network that links ports with economic regions in their hinterland. Its business model is based on innovative technologies and is committed to sustainability.

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Eastwards

Odessa’s port plays a key role on the Black Sea. The HHLA container terminal prepares for further growth.

 

Angela Titzrath at the Annual General Meeting

See the recording of Angela Titzrath's speech at the Annual General Meeting.

 

15 years of CTA

HHLA Container Terminal Altenwerder celebrates its 15th anniversary, and the underlying concept is being systematically further developed.

 

Hamburg as a Fruit Port

Hamburg is Germany’s most important fruit port. HHLA Frucht and Ulrich Stein takes care of everything to ensure that the goods reach the customer.

 

Metrans’ Story of Success

Since 1991, the strong Metrans network grows and contributes greatly to the further development of Europe’s largest rail port Hamburg.

 

Angela Titzrath on Digitisation

Chairwoman of HHLA’s Executive Board, Angela Titzrath, answers trade magazine DVZ’s questions about digitisation at the transport logistics trade fair.

 

Rail Port Hamburg

Among European ports – and indeed worldwide – Hamburg is at the top as a rail port. Read more on the success story.

 

History

HHLA has accompanied Hamburg’s ascent to becoming one of the most important hubs for world trade for more than 130 years. We have assembled a series of pictures and informations.

 

Speicherstadt Named World Heritage

The Hamburg Speicherstadt, which HHLA built and developed into a vibrant quarter, has been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

 

See the Constant change

The Port of Hamburg is developing in a constant change. See pictures of stevedoring, rail traffic and shipping. A real highlight!

 

Structure

Here we provide an overview of the HHLA Group’s organisational structure and its affiliates. Detailed information on the executive and supervisory boards, departments and the different companies is also given.