- 28. April 2016
New “Port of Hamburg Liner Services” details worldwide liner connectionsJust published by Port of Hamburg Marketing, with over 56 pages, the new 2016/17 issue of “Liner Services” provides an overview of Germany’s largest seaport’s liner connections. The magazine has been revamped and informs readers about over 120 liner services linking Hamburg with over 100 countries on six continents. The listing by 30 trade routes provides information on all the Port of Hamburg’s liner, feeder and short-sea links.
The print edition of “Liner Services” is a much sought after source of information for shippers and forwarders. Apart from a fast overview of all ports directly linked with Hamburg, trade route maps also indicate the ports accessible through transhipment. Details are also given of operative shipping companies and agents, cargo handling terminals in the Port of Hamburg, and the various cargo categories. The range extends from FCL and LCL containers to conventional general cargo via project and heavy-lift to RoRo cargo. The editorial context of the new “Liner Services” also provides interesting data on the safe handling of mega-ships on the Elbe, shipowners’ views on the port’s significance, and the seaport-hinterland transport so vital for pre and post-voyage runs.
All the details in “Liner Services” are based on market research by Port of Hamburg Marketing. Those interested can now also find the print edition of “Liner Services” at www.hafen-hamburg.de Complementing the print edition, all data on the Port of Hamburg’s Iiner services can also be downloaded from the Liner Services Database at www.hafen-hamburg.de. All regular transhipment links and the service ranges of Non-Vessel Operating Common Carriers (NVOCCs) can also be found online. Additionally offering many useful sort and search functions, as well as current contact data for agencies and liner shipping companies, the Liner Services Database attracts over 30,000 callers per month.