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INTERMODAL

HHLA’s intermodal company Metrans connects Hamburg and other ports with Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe via a comprehensive connection and terminal network. The density, frequency and reliability of the connections on offer are the hallmarks of a quality rail transport service that is both economically and ecologically attractive. Container forwarder CTD undertakes positioning of containers in the port of Hamburg and the immediate proximity of important economic centres.

/ 15.05.2019
HHLA Executive Board member Hansen leads DAKOSY Supervisory Board
HHLA Executive Board member Hansen is the new Chairman of the Supervisory Board at DAKOSY, a data communication company in Hamburg.
/ 09.05.2019
HHLA once again increases revenue and profitability
Publication of interim statement: Group revenue increases by 10.3 percent; EBIT rises by 24.5 percent.
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Sales

Services by HHLA Group’s Intermodal segment are marketed decentrally by the separate companies. You will find an overview of your sales contacts here.

 

Handling times during holiday period

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

 

Hamburg is like a second home for us

Peter Kiss, CEO of Metrans Group, on growth plans, investments and developments in hinterland services.

 

Looking for future success

HHLA is stepping up its international presence and seeking new takeover opportunities abroad.

 

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?

 

A hub in the hinterland

A short animation shows the inner workings of HHLA subsidiary Metrans hub terminals in the European hinterland.

 

Faster Handling via App

With the introduction of the driver app, CTD has cemented its reputation as a pioneer in digital process optimisation.

 

World First on Hamburg Rails

Metrans is using the first hybrid locomotives for heavy-duty shunting at the Port of Hamburg. They reduce emissions by up to 70 percent.

 

A glimpse at the engine

This multi-system locomotive pulls trains weighing up to 2,200 tonnes – and it does this in seven countries, each with their own electricity grid. 

 

Ramona for more capacity

The shunting association RaMoNa will reduce the number of unnecessary shunting trips and strengthen the performance of rail traffic.

 

On the track with the a Metrans shunter

Through the Port of Hamburg accompany an engine driver from the freight railway station "Alte Süderelbe" to the container terminals.

 

More Containers, less noise

At HHLA’s Metrans subsidiary, containers roll aboard the company fleet in a particularly ecological way.