Four large container terminals are available in Hamburg. High-performance handling with short mooring times means that even the biggest container carriers leave the port again after one or two days. The capacity of the terminals is continually being expanded to meet the changing demands of the market and new developments in ship sizes.
Container Terminals – The Emphasis is on Speed
HHLA Container Terminal Altenwerder (CTA)
The Container Terminal Altenwerder is among the most modern container handling facilities in the world. Container handling is almost...
HHLA Container Terminal Burchardkai
Measured in both area and container volumes, the Container Terminal Burchardkai is the largest cargo handling facility in the Port of...
HHLA Container Terminal Tollerort
The HHLA Container Terminal Tollerort (CTT) provides four berths with a total of eight container gantries and can handle post-Panamax...
Eurogate Container Terminal Hamburg
The EUROGATE Container Terminal Hamburg is centrally located in the Waltershofer Port with direct connection to the motorway A7. Six...
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15.05.2013 - 12:21
The Port of Hamburg has reason to look to the future with optimism. At 32.8 million tons, total seaborne cargo throughput for the first...
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In 1956, the American freight forwarder Malcolm McLean first transported goods in steel boxes by lorries and ships.
There are four large container terminals.
There are 42 terminals that handle project cargo, liquid cargo, suction cargo, bulk cargo, and grab cargo.