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LOGISTICS

HHLA's logistics segment pools an assortment of port-related services, thereby supporting Hamburg’s leading role as an all-purpose port. At O’Swaldkai, subsidiaries and associated companies also handle fruits, containers and project cargo, alongside vehicles and rolling cargo. With Hansaport, HHLA also holds a stake in Germany’s largest terminal for coal and ore. The Hamburg Port Consulting (HPC) consultancy markets HHLA’s expertise in infrastructure and project development around the world.

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/ 08.08.2017
Electric Tractor Unit in Test Operation
In Altenwerder (CTA), for the first time containers are now being transported between block storage and the rail terminal without producing any emissions.
/ 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.
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Sales

Here you will find an overview of your partners in sales and marketing of the various companies in the Logistics segment.

 

Planned to perfection

Using simulation software that it developed itself, HPC devises the ideal terminal design in advance – an enormous advantage for the operators.

 

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.

 

Eastwards

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

 

Know-How for North America

Hamburg Port Consulting (HPC) is providing fresh ideas and improving the ecological efficiency of rail-based container transportation in North America.

 

PORT FROM THE AIR

The port is one of Hamburg’s most popular places of interest. Take a look at it from a bird’s eye view.