Megatrends in logistics
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Inland waterway ships have great potential for more sustainable transport. Why is this not being optimised in the river Elbe's transport system?
What is normal? As a representative of HHLA in China, Lars Anke has to come to terms with plenty of aspects of local life.
HHLA Next wants to shape the future of logistics. How does that work?
Combined traffic is becoming more interesting because an increasing number of rail companies are offering connections with green power.
IT networks are exposed to increasingly sophisticated attacks – and defensive strategies are adapting to the threats.
What can bring logistics to a standstill, and how do we prevent gridlock? In HHLA Talk, a logistics professor and a port expert discuss.
Day-to-day operations in a major port require a guiding hand. In Hamburg, this unique part is provided by HVCC.
Is hydrogen the fuel of the future for climate-neutral port operation and heavy goods logistics?
HHLA Sky wants to change the drone market. Innovation is therefore the driver of an entire business model.
The global supply chain has to compensate for strain from a number of conflicts and crises.
Their sheer size makes seaports a great option for automation. What are the reasons for and the limits of this process?
A fully automated gate system has been introduced at HHLA TK Estonia's container terminal. It makes work much easier, both for truck drivers and for employees.
From the first sketch on the drawing board to the opening in just four years: what made the turbo project CTA so fast?
Inland vessels are environmentally friendly, but the push boat "Elektra" sets even higher standards. It runs completely emission-free thanks to fuel cells.
The Port of Hamburg is the world's largest rail port. Nearly one in every two hinterland containers reaches or leaves it by rail.
Electricity, hydrogen or liquefied gas: how can trucks reduce their carbon emissions effectively?
What distinguishes quantum computers from conventional computers? And in which tasks can they develop their potential?
Collaboration on the import message platform IMP speeds up port processes in Hamburg
Rail is said to be the mode of transport of the future – but only if we set the course for digitalisation.
Special mobile data connections and efficient traffic management will make the lower airspace more secure and more usable.
The ballerinas of the port perform an elegant logistics ballet on its quays: straddle carriers, the special long-legged vehicles for container handling.
In the future, shippers will be able to safely keep track of their containers with the help of intelligent monitoring technology.
Prof. Carlos Jahn analyses technological trends that are changing global supply chains. Will Europe continue to play an important role?
Is it possible to move containers at 600 km/h using very little energy? The brand new Hyperloop transport system is expected to make it possible.
More and more start-ups, projects, business models and Federal funding: Hamburg becomes a centre for urban air mobility and HHLA is in on the action.
A quantum leap in the organisation of terminal processes is ahead: AI that stacks containers and finds the best solution independently.
A masterpiece of automation in the Port of Hamburg: the Hansaport bulk terminal.
The importance of artificial intelligence is increasing significantly in the international port environment too. Nils Kemme from HPC gives an outlook.
Will hydrogen drive decarbonisation forward? Georg Böttner analyses the new fuel source and is optimistic. He sees many opportunities for HHLA.
Self-driving trucks are already almost a reality. A project to introduce driverless vehicles to the Port of Hamburg will actively shape the goods transport of the future.
Hendrik Eichentopf, CEO of the start-up modility, wants to simplify the booking of intermodal transport connections.
HHLA-Sky has won the German Innovation Award 2021. Managing Director Lothar Müller on the future of drone logistics and the Hamburg UDVeo project.
Hamburg is one of the ports with the best connected IT networks in the world. Which digital locks must an export container pass through before it is shipped?
How leaps in technology have multiplied productivity: From electricity to an inconspicuous steel box to the streams of data that flow through the port today.
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