/ 24.08.2017
More “wet transfers” at the Port of Hamburg
HHLA subsidiary CTD is increasingly using inland water vessels.
/ 14.08.2017
HHLA Records Revenue Growth and Strong Earnings
Half-year figures 2017: Increase of approximately 12 percent in container throughput and just over 7 percent in container transport.
/ 11.07.2017
HVCC Has New Managing Director
The previous Operations Manager, Gerald Hirt will take over corporate responsibility for the coordination of ship traffic.
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Creative Warehouse

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