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Morsum

Capacity TEU:
889 TEU
Length:
140.70 m

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Metrans takes over Containerterminal in Krems

HHLA’s subsidiary Metrans has acquired the company which operates the trimodal container terminal in the Austrian port of Krems on the Danube. The company was taken over from Mierka Donauhafen Krems GmbH & Co. KG. The terminal will now provide a direct link between the German seaports and the economic region of Lower Austria.

APL Yangshan

Capacity TEU:
10700 TEU
Length:
347.00 m

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Dette G

Capacity TEU:
508 TEU
Length:
101.00 m

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HHLA now holds 100 percent of Polzug

Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG (HHLA) takes over the 25.5 percent share of the Polish PKP Cargo in the intermodal company Polzug, thus increasing its shareholding in Polzug from 74.5 percent to 100 percent. HHLA and PKP Cargo have agreed not to disclose the purchase price. The takeover is still subject to the approval of the cartel authorities.

 

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Strong exports ensure growth for Port of Hamburg in 2012 first half

In the first six months of 2012 the Port of Hamburg reported total throughput of 65.8 million tons (up 2.7 percent). At 45 million tons or 4.4 million TEU (20-ft standard containers), the container throughput that predominates in Hamburg as a universal port achieved a gain of 1.9 percent. The reason for this relatively modest growth was the total for empty containers, whereas throughput of loaded containers grew up by 4.7 percent to 3.8 million TEU. Weaker growth rates compared to the 2011 first half are explained by the unusually strong growth achieved at that time.

Faxborg

Length:
59.34 m

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