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/ 15.05.2017
First 20,000 TEU Containership at CTB
MOL TRIUMPH, one of the biggest containerships in the world, made fast in Hamburg at CTB.
/ 09.05.2017
Federal Minister Dobrindt Opens Logistics Fair
Federal Minister Dobrindt opens transport logistic in Munich. Chairwoman of the Executive Board Titzrath welcomes him at the HHLA stand.
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MOL Triumph in Hamburg

One of the biggest containerships in the world made fast in Hamburg at CTB. Have a look at impressive pictures!

 

Supplier Portal

Register for the HHLA Supplier Portal and qualify for inclusion in our supplier pool.

 

Handling Times during holiday period

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

 

Quay tariffs and more

You will find such documents as the current Quay Tariff and our Terms and Conditions of Business in the download center.

 

Latest for Trucker and Haulage Companies

Familiarise yourself with the pre-announcement requirement, have a look at the roadway plan or download our brochure.

 

Ship arrival times

Useful for ship watchers, photographers and harbour pros: Which container ships are currently docked at the HHLA terminals? When do they depart again, and when is the next one arriving?

 

Tollerort Optimised for Mega-ships

The largest container ships can reach the Terminal Tollerort (CTT) more easily and will be handled by new gantry cranes. 

 

Metrans’ Story of Success

Since 1991, the strong Metrans network grows and contributes greatly to the further development of Europe’s largest rail port Hamburg.

 

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.

 

Rail Port Hamburg

Among European ports – and indeed worldwide – Hamburg is at the top as a rail port. Read more on the success story.