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Port of Hamburg Marketing

The Port's Voice

Hamburg is home to Germany's largest port. Along with its members, Port of Hamburg Marketing – HHM is active worldwide to further strengthen its market position. Founded in 1985, the Association has been campaigning with great success for thirty-five years for Hamburg as a port and logistics region. The Port of Hamburg now enjoys a positive image all over the world, standing for professionalism, efficiency and innovation.

HHM is soundly based both nationally and internationally. At a total of twelve locations, the staff at headquarters and the representative offices champion the interests of Hamburg and the region’s industry. Experts in the market regions cultivate excellent contacts with numerous companies in trade and industry, the transport and logistics sector, trade associations and political decision-makers.

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Networking

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The worldwide representative offices of Port of Hamburg Marketing (HHM) are an ideal setting for networking.

Representative Office Events

The worldwide representative offices of Port of Hamburg Marketing (HHM) are an ideal setting for networking. Our representatives regularly organise events to provide and port evenings. In addition, there are always shippers' days. Internationally, our representatives organise delegation visits and provide support at trade fairs.

Benefits for members

Access to regional markets via their own representative offices:Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary, Russia, Baltic Sea and Asia. Establishing market contacts, organising company meetings, events and delegation visits, providing market and industry data, country- and economy-specific information, handling special projects in the field of market analysis, etc.

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Press & Public Relations

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HHM regularly briefs the media on Port of Hamburg business topics, also supporting the press activities of its members by distributing their press releases and assisting in the organization of press activities.

Press Activities

HHM regularly briefs the media on Port of Hamburg business topics, also supporting the press activities of its members by distributing their press releases and assisting in the organization of press activities.

Press Conferences

The largest press event mounted annually by Port of Hamburg Marketing – HHM is the Annual Press Conference in February. In 2019 more than 90 representatives of print, radio and TV media, the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg and Port of Hamburg businesses gathered there. Along with Michael Westhagemann, state Minister of Economics, and Jens Meier, CEO of Hamburg Port Authority (HPA), Axel Mattern and Ingo Egloff, HHM’s Joint CEOs, announced the seaborne cargo handling figures for 2018. Additional press conferences and discussions took place in May, August, September and November. The topics were the USA and Mexico trade routes, the first-half figures, the China trade, and the Customs & Brexit. HHM released videos of statements by participants on the internet platform www.portofhamburg.com.

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Publications

Numerous publications in German and English provide an overview of the Port of Hamburg's performance and development. They also provide insights into projects and in-depth coverage of special topics. The Port of Hamburg Magazine is published quarterly and always focuses on a port-related topic. In addition, Port of Hamburg Marketing (HHM) publishes a variety of brochures on selected topics.

Benefits for members

Our communications team supports our members in their press and public relations work. We are happy to help develop your own communications strategy. This may include the development of brochures. We also take our members into account when designing the content of our Port of Hamburg Magazine. We are happy to incorporate ready-written articles or draft them for our members.

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Ralf Johanning

Ralf Johanning

Press Officer

+49 40 37709 113
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Events & Exhibitions

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Port of Hamburg Marketing (HHM) designs and organises trade fair appearances worldwide under the umbrella brand Port of Hamburg.

Fairs and Exhibitions

Port of Hamburg Marketing (HHM) designs and organises trade fair appearances worldwide under the umbrella brand Port of Hamburg. One highlight is the participation at transport logistic in Munich. The "Gateway Hamburg" stand with its 950 square metres of exhibition space and over 60 exhibiting companies is considered one of the largest stands. Our association also organises and plans many international trade fair appearances in close cooperation with our representative offices. Thus, we are present at many internationally important trade fairs in Russia, China or Hong Kong.

Benefits for Members

Member companies can present themselves at a joint stand and benefit from overall coordination, a comprehensive service package as well as particularly favourable conditions - including press services.

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“Gateway Hamburg” stand at tl Munich

Contacts

Mathias Schulz

Mathias Schulz

Director Communications

+49 40 37709 114
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Katja Höltkemeier

Katja Höltkemeier

Event Manager

+49 40 37709 115
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Trade Visitor Programmes

Port of Hamburg Marketing (HHM) develops individual visitor programmes for delegations and groups from Germany and abroad - from professionally accompanied informative trips to terminal visits and company tours to specialist lectures.

Benefits for Members

Port and state delegations make up the largest share of visitor groups, while students and trainees from the logistics industry make up the second largest share. We also look after shippers and customers of the Port of Hamburg, associations and institutions, groups of member companies and political delegations.

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Visitor group
Visitor group in the port of Hamburg

Contacts

Tony Michaela Mark

Tony Michaela Mark

Assistant Representative Office

0821 8998394 2
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Member and Customer Events

With worldwide networking events, Port of Hamburg Marketing (HHM) offers an excellent opportunity to establish and expand high-grade business relationships. One of the most important event formats is the Port Evening, which each representative office organises once a year. Representatives from the logistics and transport industry, but also from politics, meet here to exchange information and engage in conversation in a pleasant atmosphere. The annual members' get-together serves in particular to consolidate the entire network.

Benefits for members

Our members are welcome to participate in networking events in the core markets at home and abroad. We are happy to discuss further cooperation opportunities at events with our members.

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Contacts

Katja Höltkemeier

Katja Höltkemeier

Event Manager

+49 40 37709 115
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Event Containers

Whether port event, city festival trade fair or open day - with our event containers we are able to represent the Port of Hamburg anywhere and everywhere. The 20-foot and 40-foot containers can be used individually or together at any time. They can be transported intermodally. The inventory also includes seating and shelves. Platforms are also available.

Benefits for Members

HHM's event containers may be booked by members for their events and other purposes.

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Contacts

Katja Höltkemeier

Katja Höltkemeier

Event Manager

+49 40 37709 115
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Digital Media

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Port of Hamburg Marketing (HHM) offers a comprehensive online service that is continually being updated.

Website portofhamburg.com

Port of Hamburg Marketing (HHM) offers a comprehensive online service that is continually being updated. This enables us to provide customers and interested parties with extensive information about the Port of Hamburg in digital form. The most important platform is the website www.hafen-hamburg.de. It consists of more than 40,000 individual pages and was accessed around 15,000 times a day by around 5,500 users in 2021. Contents include current ship calls, the port industry directory with over 1,000 companies and organisations, an interactive port map, webcams, all HHM publications and port news. It also offers varying special features.

Benefits for Members

Our members are represented on our website in many different ways. For example, they are listed in the business directory. In addition, we like to publish our members' press releases and design and launch websites for members. Some examples:

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Homepage www.portofhamburg.com

Jochen Wischhusen

Jochen Wischhusen

Head of Online Media & IT

+49 40 37709 119
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Heike Wegner

Heike Wegner

Online Media Manager

+49 40 37709 123
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Social Media

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The social media team at Port of Hamburg Marketing (HHM) publishes new and exciting content on a daily basis.

Social Media

The social media team at Port of Hamburg Marketing (HHM) publishes new and exciting content on a daily basis. The response to our media presence is growing all the time. With over 14,000 followers, HHM is particularly successful on Linkedin. This also applies to Facebook, where more than 17,000 people like our page, and the impressive pictures on Instagram are also well received.

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Port of Hamburg Marketing (HHM) shares press releases and news on social media. In addition, we support the members of the association in setting up their own social media strategy.

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We are always close to it
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Birte Hirsch

Birte Hirsch

Social-Media-Manager

+49 40 37709 138
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Market research

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The market research team at Hafen Hamburg Marketing (HHM) constantly monitors liner services, seaports and hinterland traffic.

Shipping

The market research team at Hafen Hamburg Marketing (HHM) constantly monitors liner services, seaports and hinterland traffic. HHM Market Research regularly publishes statistics and reports on developments in the Port of Hamburg's seaborne cargo and hinterland transport. Observing the competitive environment and foreign trade is also an integral part of the data analyses. The team publishes twelve monthly reports: the SeegüterrePORT (eight times a years) and four quarterly reports. These provide information on port trends and developments in seaport-hinterland traffic. The SeegüterrePORT regularly focuses on a specific market. In addition, the team also prepares individual analyses for our members.

Benefits for members

Member companies and partners receive SeegüterrePORT and the quarterly reports free of charge. In addition, they can use the extensive and exclusive data pool in the areas of seaborne cargo handling, liner services and hinterland traffic as a basis for many corporate activities and decisions. A wide variety of data from the areas of sea cargo and sea container handling and data on Germany's foreign trade can be evaluated from extensive databases. Individual monthly data subscriptions, so-called "quick statistics" may also be ordered.

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Liner Services and Intermodal Database

With the databases "Liner Services" and "Intermodal Services", Port of Hamburg Marketing (HHM) offers two important databases for the port industry and logistics sector. They provide a quick overview of the direct connections in maritime transport and in the hinterland. "Linerservices" comprises the Port of Hamburg's regular connections in intercontinental maritime traffic and in European feeder and shortsea traffic. "Intermodal Services" features all container train connections with the terminals in the German and European inland as well as the regular inland waterway services in the German river and canal system. Both databases offer a useful search function and provide many additional details on the connections. In addition to address and contact details of liner shipping companies, their agencies and ship-booking carriers (NVOCCs), providers of rail and inland waterway transport are listed.

Benefits for Members

In addition to detailed market and transport data in the form of analyses and studies, members regularly receive statistics and reports on developments in maritime freight and hinterland transport. Furthermore, data on current market developments and trends are offered. Member companies can also declare their connections as ship-booking carriers (NVOCCs).

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Christian Ulken

Christian Ulken

Market Research Manager, Port

+49 40 37709 117
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Jens Schlegel

Jens Schlegel

Market Research Manager, Shipping & Hinterland

+49 40 37709 116
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Business Developement

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Positioning the Port of Hamburg in the international environment is a central task of Port of Hamburg Marketing (HHM).

Baltic Sea Region, Southeast Europe and Overseas Markets

Positioning the Port of Hamburg in the international environment is a central task of Port of Hamburg Marketing (HHM). We are therefore present in the important core markets at home and abroad. The development of new business relationships, the initiation of cooperation projects and cross-border market development are particularly important for the port location.

The overseas markets are particularly important for the Port of Hamburg's foreign trade. Mathias Schulz, Head of Market Development Asia/Overseas at HHM, works in close coordination with the HHM representative offices in Shanghai, Hong Kong and Mumbai. Through events, trade fairs or delegation trips, they also make the port known in the Asian overseas markets.

Benefits for members

As we are present in the important core markets at home and abroad, members benefit from delegation trips, company visits and events where valuable market contacts are made. The focus is on the Baltic Sea region, South Eastern Europe and overseas countries.

Weltweite Standorte

Contacts

Marina Basso Michael

Marina Basso Michael

Regional Director Europe

+49 40 37709 111
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Representative offices

Port of Hamburg Marketing's (HHM) worldwide network is the basis for the successful marketing and positioning of the Port of Hamburg in a national and international context. In addition to our head office in Hamburg, we have three representative offices in Germany, six representative offices in other European countries and three in Asia.

Benefits for Members

Our representative offices organise delegation trips, company visits and their own events where valuable market contacts are established. The focus is on the Baltic Sea region, South Eastern Europe and overseas. The local representative offices can also assist in arranging meetings with individual companies.

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Contacts

Mathias Schulz

Mathias Schulz

Director Communications

+49 40 37709 114
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Marina Basso Michael

Marina Basso Michael

Regional Director Europe

+49 40 37709 111
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Video Production & Studio

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To make the Port of Hamburg even more visible, Port of Hamburg Marketing (HHM) produces different video formats. Users can watch these at any time on our platforms and on the HHM website.

To make the Port of Hamburg even more visible, Port of Hamburg Marketing (HHM) produces different video formats. Users can watch these at any time on our platforms and on the HHM website. We focus on two formats at the moment: PORTtalk and PORTmovie.

With PORTtalk, we focus on topics and news from the port industry. In these entertaining clips, we let experts and entrepreneurs from the logistics and transport industry give their insights, and our presenters are always close to the burning issues surrounding the Port of Hamburg and its hinterland.

PORTmovie is an infotainement format that features the most beautiful and exciting scenes from the Port of Hamburg, from the arrival of Ultra Large Container Vessels to the building of new and innovative infrastructure.

Benefits for members

The HHM team always addresses port-related topics in the videos. Our members get a lot of space here. Members who have exciting topics or would like to produce their own image film can contact us at any time. We are happy to help.

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Studio & Online Events

The Port of Hamburg Marketing Team have taken advantage of the pandemic and set up our own broadcasting studio. From here we stream press conferences, virtual meetings and events. Our programme PORTtalk live is particularly successful. Ten times a year, specialists analyse current topics related to the port industry. They do not have to be on site. Depending on the type of event, we include them via different platforms such as MS Teams or Zoom. Our studio equipment includes professional cameras, green screens, professional lighting and microphones.

Benefits for members

We can provide you with our studio and technical equipment for online conferences. Green screens allow us to embed the "brands" of our members. In addition, we offer a high level of failure and malfunction protection through redundant systems.

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Mathias Schulz

Mathias Schulz

Director Communications

+49 40 37709 114
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Jochen Wischhusen

Jochen Wischhusen

Head of Online Media & IT

+49 40 37709 119
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Mahdi Ahmadi

Mahdi Ahmadi

Media Technology and Video Production Officer


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Birte Hirsch

Birte Hirsch

Social-Media-Manager

+49 40 37709 138
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Projects

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The HHM projects department participates in tenders for EU and nationally funded projects.

The HHM projects department participates in tenders for EU and nationally funded projects. Our team works very closely with members and partners from science, business and administration. Involving on-site industry partners ensures a high level of acceptance and marketability of the processes and solutions developed.

The activities focus on current issues in transport policy as well as optimisation possibilities for transport and transhipment processes. The projects department acts as an experienced project developer and project manager with many years of experience. This also offers the members of the association the opportunity to establish or expand international business relationships.

  • Advice and support for member companies and other institutions regarding the acquisition of or participation in funded projects
  • Development of project applications (national and European)
  • Project management (administrative support, progress monitoring and reporting), incl. communication management and public relations

Benefits for Members

  • Risk minimisation in R&D projects
  • Establishment of European networks and expansion of international business relations
  • Increasing the level of awareness through public relations work
  • Utilisation and provision of existing know-how as well as the expansion of know-how in the areas of (maritime) logistics, transport and cohesion policy
  • Maintaining and expanding the positive image of the port of Hamburg and Port of Hamburg Marketing at a European level
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COMBINE focuses on strengthening Combined Transport in the Baltic Sea Region through efficiency-enhancing measures at transhipment points and pre-carriage and follow-up traffic. The focus is on the use of new technologies in the pre / post-run, transhipment, the development of suitable business models and the improvement of the political framework, considering the Baltic Sea region specifics. Hafen Hamburg Marketing e.V. manages the Interreg BSR cooperation project, in which thirteen other project partners are involved.

The project started on January 1, 2019 (duration 30 months).

Further information on the COMBINE project can be found at www.combine-project.com.

The North Sea region (NSR) is one of the logistics zones in Europe: The largest seaports, but also many intermodal transportation nodes are located in the NSR. Those intermodal nodes are outstanding for the transportation of goods to and from the supply and demand markets. To increase attractiveness of a location along with its market potential, i.e. the achievable market, efficient, smart, and ecological transportation networks are needed. The intermodality should enable a concentration of transnational traffic and long distance flows, and as a result of their integration, provide for a highly resource efficient infrastructure use.
Currently, the Trans-European Network-Transport (TEN-T) policy is putting a strong focus on the development of the Core Network, the major transport axes across Europe. The whole trade and business network is not only depending on its major nodes but also on its hinterland. To raise the efficiency of transport flows in a holistic approach, the project will thus include both major and remoter transporation nodes to establish learning opportunities.

The overall project objective is to support smart intermodality growth in the NSR through efficiency enhancements. The detailed project objectives are:

  • Implementation of new smart processes and tools (smart intermodality),
  • Developing of strategies for smart efficiency enhancements (smart involvement)

The perspective of transportation is transnational. New are the instruments for implementation and involvement.
The project started on 24 February 2020 and ends in March 2023.

Further information on the North Sea CONNECT project can be found at: https://northsearegion.eu/north-sea-connect

By engaging stakeholders from administration, port related business and logistics business along the supply chain, SMOOTH PORTS’ aims to reduce CO2 emissions from port-related road traffic by improving regional policy instruments in a holistic manner.

To achieve these aims, SMOOTH PORTS wants to utilise the differences of the project partners’ ports through an exchange of effective tools and best practices. A key focus lies on finding optimal procedures for the clearance of the goods. A further focus will be on the different approaches regarding Information and Communications Technology solutions for various traffic related port activities as well as on the question what alternative fuels can power port activities in the future.

The project started on 1st August 2019 and ends in January 2023.

Further information on the SMOOTH PORTS project can be found at: https://www.interregeurope.eu/smoothports/

COMBINE focuses on strengthening Combined Transport in the Baltic Sea Region through efficiency-enhancing measures at transhipment points and pre-carriage and follow-up traffic. The focus is on the use of new technologies in the pre / post-run, transhipment, the development of suitable business models and the improvement of the political framework, considering the Baltic Sea region specifics. Hafen Hamburg Marketing e.V. manages the Interreg BSR cooperation project, in which thirteen other project partners are involved.

The project started on January 1, 2019 (duration 30 months).

Further information on the COMBINE project can be found at www.combine-project.com.

The North Sea region (NSR) is one of the logistics zones in Europe: The largest seaports, but also many intermodal transportation nodes are located in the NSR. Those intermodal nodes are outstanding for the transportation of goods to and from the supply and demand markets. To increase attractiveness of a location along with its market potential, i.e. the achievable market, efficient, smart, and ecological transportation networks are needed. The intermodality should enable a concentration of transnational traffic and long distance flows, and as a result of their integration, provide for a highly resource efficient infrastructure use.
Currently, the Trans-European Network-Transport (TEN-T) policy is putting a strong focus on the development of the Core Network, the major transport axes across Europe. The whole trade and business network is not only depending on its major nodes but also on its hinterland. To raise the efficiency of transport flows in a holistic approach, the project will thus include both major and remoter transporation nodes to establish learning opportunities.

The overall project objective is to support smart intermodality growth in the NSR through efficiency enhancements. The detailed project objectives are:

  • Implementation of new smart processes and tools (smart intermodality),
  • Developing of strategies for smart efficiency enhancements (smart involvement)

The perspective of transportation is transnational. New are the instruments for implementation and involvement.
The project started on 24 February 2020 and ends in March 2023.

Further information on the North Sea CONNECT project can be found at: https://northsearegion.eu/north-sea-connect

By engaging stakeholders from administration, port related business and logistics business along the supply chain, SMOOTH PORTS’ aims to reduce CO2 emissions from port-related road traffic by improving regional policy instruments in a holistic manner.

To achieve these aims, SMOOTH PORTS wants to utilise the differences of the project partners’ ports through an exchange of effective tools and best practices. A key focus lies on finding optimal procedures for the clearance of the goods. A further focus will be on the different approaches regarding Information and Communications Technology solutions for various traffic related port activities as well as on the question what alternative fuels can power port activities in the future.

The project started on 1st August 2019 and ends in January 2023.

Further information on the SMOOTH PORTS project can be found at: https://www.interregeurope.eu/smoothports/

By engaging stakeholders from port related businesses, logistics business along the supply chain, administration and policy, LISA aims to create a large partnership around the Baltic Sea Region (BSR). The focus lies within the facilitation of innovative technologies and solutions, digitalization and optimization of port calls linking sea and land and serving the stakeholders as a creative platform for projects, initiatives and other relevant stakeholders. The overall goal is to steer and maneuver towards the realization of EUSBSR policy area transport action plan.

LISA focuses on these areas to support the cross-sector harmonization process towards a European Maritime Single Window and other digitalization processes along the logistics- and supply chain. The idea with LISA is to establish a long-term process to support these cross-sectoral digitalization efforts in transport and logistics in the BSR. This process will help to facilitate joint initiatives and joint project applications linking land and sea in the Baltic Sea Region and with that increase connectivity and intermodality and thus support a greener and more efficient transport system.

The LISA activities are funded by the Swedish Institute Seed funding for cooperation projects in the Baltic Sea Region.
Further Information on the project can be found at: http://www.lisaflagship.eu/flagship/

The BSR Access Project Platform in transport interoperability approved by the Interreg V B Baltic Sea Region Programme, strives to foster an access to clean, efficient and multimodal transport corridors in the Baltic Sea Region. BSR Access combines competences and geographies of the former projects EMMA, TENTacle, NSB CoRe, GREAT and Scandria2Act into one cooperation platform dealing with transport interoperability and regional development.

The main objective for the project platform is to mobilise stakeholders to a more coherent, cross-sectoral and adaptive planning approach that would ensure a better access infrastructure to the TEN-T core network corridors, and thereby a sustainable regional growth.

The project runs from October 2018 to September 2021 and the leading partner is the Helsinki-Uusimaa Regional Council.

More information on BSR Access can be found on www.bsraccess.eu

EMMA Extension builds on the EMMA project’s’ analyses, results and recommendations. Enhancing inland waterway transport (IWT) is still at the core of the extension project and all its activities.

EMMA Extension is the logical next step in further developing IWT services in Poland and Lithuania as well as to support the uptake of newly developed river information services (RIS) in Germany, Poland and Finland. Thus, the project will increase the quality and sustainability of results. The project is led by Port of Hamburg Marketing Reg. Assoc. and brings together six project partners from the Baltic Sea Region.

Project lifetime: August 1, 2019 – July 21, 2021

Further information on EMMA Extension at www.project-emma.eu

By engaging stakeholders from port related businesses, logistics business along the supply chain, administration and policy, LISA aims to create a large partnership around the Baltic Sea Region (BSR). The focus lies within the facilitation of innovative technologies and solutions, digitalization and optimization of port calls linking sea and land and serving the stakeholders as a creative platform for projects, initiatives and other relevant stakeholders. The overall goal is to steer and maneuver towards the realization of EUSBSR policy area transport action plan.

LISA focuses on these areas to support the cross-sector harmonization process towards a European Maritime Single Window and other digitalization processes along the logistics- and supply chain. The idea with LISA is to establish a long-term process to support these cross-sectoral digitalization efforts in transport and logistics in the BSR. This process will help to facilitate joint initiatives and joint project applications linking land and sea in the Baltic Sea Region and with that increase connectivity and intermodality and thus support a greener and more efficient transport system.

The LISA activities are funded by the Swedish Institute Seed funding for cooperation projects in the Baltic Sea Region.
Further Information on the project can be found at: http://www.lisaflagship.eu/flagship/

The BSR Access Project Platform in transport interoperability approved by the Interreg V B Baltic Sea Region Programme, strives to foster an access to clean, efficient and multimodal transport corridors in the Baltic Sea Region. BSR Access combines competences and geographies of the former projects EMMA, TENTacle, NSB CoRe, GREAT and Scandria2Act into one cooperation platform dealing with transport interoperability and regional development.

The main objective for the project platform is to mobilise stakeholders to a more coherent, cross-sectoral and adaptive planning approach that would ensure a better access infrastructure to the TEN-T core network corridors, and thereby a sustainable regional growth.

The project runs from October 2018 to September 2021 and the leading partner is the Helsinki-Uusimaa Regional Council.

More information on BSR Access can be found on www.bsraccess.eu

EMMA Extension builds on the EMMA project’s’ analyses, results and recommendations. Enhancing inland waterway transport (IWT) is still at the core of the extension project and all its activities.

EMMA Extension is the logical next step in further developing IWT services in Poland and Lithuania as well as to support the uptake of newly developed river information services (RIS) in Germany, Poland and Finland. Thus, the project will increase the quality and sustainability of results. The project is led by Port of Hamburg Marketing Reg. Assoc. and brings together six project partners from the Baltic Sea Region.

Project lifetime: August 1, 2019 – July 21, 2021

Further information on EMMA Extension at www.project-emma.eu

Stefan Breitenbach

Stefan Breitenbach

Head of Project Department

+49 40 37709 121
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Adina Katharina Cailliaux

Adina Katharina Cailliaux

Deputy Head of Project Department


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Johannes Betz

Johannes Betz

Project Manager*

+49 40 37709 152
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Inga Gurries

Inga Gurries

Head of Market Development Asia/Project Manager

+49 40 37709 173
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John Fischer

John Fischer

Project Manager*

+49 40 377 09 175
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Tim Reincke

Tim Reincke

Student Employee*

+49 40 37709 174
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Association Bodies

The Supervisory Board advises and supervises the Executive Board of Port of Hamburg Marketing. Apart from making decisions on its business plan, the Supervisory Board determines the emphases and basic guidelines for its operations.

The Supervisory Board consists of 15 people in total and comprises members drawn from HHM's various membership categories, plus one representative each from the ports in the Metropolitan Region, Hamburg Port Authority, Hamburg Chamber of Commerce and the Association of Hamburg Port Enterprises (UVHH).

The Annual Representatives’ Meeting comprises members from the various membership categories. This is responsible for electing, dismissing and discharging Supervisory Board members, determining fees, and making changes in the Articles of Association.

Supervisory Board

ChairmanThomas Lütje, HHLA Container Terminal Tollerort GmbH
DeputyNils Kahn, MSC Germany S.A. & Co. KG
Friedrich Stuhrmann, Hamburg Port Authority AöR
Further membersThomas Brügmann, GHB Gesamthafenbetriebs-Gesellschaft mbH
Dr. Dirk Claus, SEEHAFEN KIEL GmbH (für die Metropolregion)
Oliver Dux, HHLA Container Terminal Altenwerder GmbH
Hans-Jörg Heims, Hamburger Hafen und Logistik Aktiengesellschaft
Jan Holst, Ocean Network Express (Europe) Ltd.
Jörn Kamrad, EUROGATE GmbH & Co. KGaA, KG
Ina Illing, Unternehmensverband Hafen Hamburg e. V.
Frank Schnabel, Brunsbüttel Ports GmbH
Jan-Oliver Siebrand, Handelskammer Hamburg
Ben David Thurnwald, Hansaport Hafenbetriebsgesellschaft mbH​
Jörg Ullrich, ​European Cargo Logistics GmbH

Board of Representatives

Timo Beyer, SEEHAFEN KIEL GMBH & CO. KG
Andrea Briks,Saco Shipping GmbH
Benito di Racca, H.S.H. Schleppgesellschaft mbH
Rainer Fabian, TCO TRANSCARGO GmbH
Kai Gerullis, Hamburg Port Authority AöR
Sven Hargens, Brunsbüttel Ports GmbH
Ortwin Harms, Lübecker Hafen-Gesellschaft mbH
Holger Heinzel, Hamburger Hafen und Logistik Aktiengesellschaft
Björn Pistol, Hamburg Port Authority AöR
Anne Scholz, Hamburg Port Authority AöR
Willem van der Schalk, a.hartrodt Deutschland (GmbH & Co.) KG