The Online Magazine of HHLA
An important study on the impact of global trade shows: more protectionism hits poorest harder; fewer restrictions help everyone.
Part 1 shows how leaps in technology have multiplied productivity and increased safety. From electricity to the triumph of an inconspicuous steel box.
In Part 2, mountains of paper become streams of data that control a terminal. The professions of those working in the port are also changing rapidly.
Anniversary at the Fraunhofer Center for Maritime Logistics in Hamburg. Artificial intelligence is playing a rapidly growing role, also for HHLA.
Hamburg's Kühne Logistics University (KLU) has launched the tailor-made “Leadership and Supply Chain Management” corporate MBA programme especially for young HHLA management talents.
For more than 20 years, Gerlinde John has played a key role in driving forward the automation of the Port of Hamburg. Read the portrait of a pragmatic visionary.