Footage material

On this page you will find footage material on terminals and corporate divisions of HHLA. To view and download the material, please follow the respective download link.

Note on use: All image and film rights are owned by Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG. The use of the offered footage material is only permitted for press purposes in connection with reporting on HHLA or its subsidiaries and only if the copyrights are clearly identified (source: HHLA / copyright holder). The use of the footage material for other purposes, e.g. for advertising purposes of external companies is not permitted.

HHLA Container Terminal Altenwerder, Hamburg

The Container Terminal Altenwerder, or CTA for short, is HHLA's newest handling facility in Hamburg. The highly automated terminal has been one of the most modern of its kind since it went into operation in 2002. Since 2019, it has also been the world's first certified climate-neutral container terminal.

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00:13 - 01:23  Terminal overview

01:23 - 03:19  Ship handling

03:19 - 05:46  Automated guided vehicles

05:46 - 7:33  Block storage

07:33 - 09:39  Terminal railway station

09:39 - 11:24  Truck handling
 

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HHLA Container Terminal Burchardkai, Hamburg

At HHLA Container Terminal Burchardkai, CTB for short, the first steel boxes were unloaded in Hamburg in 1968. Today almost every third container in the Port of Hamburg is handled here. Thanks to ongoing modernization and technical and infrastructural adjustments to meet current needs, Burchardkai can efficiently handle the world's largest container ships with a cargo capacity of 24,000 TEU and more.

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00:13 - 01:25  Terminal overview

01:25 - 03:03  Ship handling

03:03 - 04:20  Container transport with van carriers

04:20 - 05:21  Block storage

05:21 - 6:32  Terminal railway station
 

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HHLA Container Terminal Tollerort, Hamburg

HHLA Container Terminal Tollerort, CTT for short, is characterized by its compact and flexible container handling facilities. Van carriers with environmentally friendly drive systems stack the steel boxes in four layers and ensure efficient use of space, which is being optimized by the terminal's conversion. As at CTB, the largest container ships can also be handled here.

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00:13 - 01:07  Terminal overview

01:07 - 02:09  Ship handling

02:09 - 03:10  Container transport with van carriers

03:10 - 04:13  Terminal railway station
 

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For inquiries, please contact Anke Maurer.

Anke Maurer

HHLA

Corporate Communications

Photo and Film Editor

Phone +49 40 3088-3520