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  • Port of Hamburg – Gateway to the world

    The Port of Hamburg is conveniently located between the North Sea and the Baltic Sea. It is easy to access from the North Sea via the Elbe River. Only about 70 sea miles separate the city from the river mouth. The Kiel Canal connects the port to Scandinavia and the whole Baltic Sea region. The Elbeseitenkanal and the Midland Canal offer excellent transport connections to the hinterland

  • Über den Hamburger Hafen nach Zentral- und Osteuropa

  • Hamburg - Europas größter Eisenbahnhafen

  • Hamburger Hafen – Für die Zukunft gerüstet

  • News on the topic of digitalization

    • IAPH launches Cybersecurity Guidelines for Ports and Port Facilities as part of industry call to action to digitalize the maritime transport chain
      News

      Digitalization

      09.20.2021

      IAPH launches Cybersecurity Guidelines for Ports and Port Facilities

      IAPH submits guidelines to IMO for consideration at the next Maritime Safety Committee in October

    • “Portathon 2021” Hackathon: a strong comeback with new partners
      News

      Digitalization

      08.12.2021

      “Portathon 2021” Hackathon: a strong comeback with new partners

      The “Portathon”, which has become the business card of Klaipėda technological events, will drop anchor in the port city for the third time ever in September.

    • First drone traffic system is being tested at the Port of Hamburg
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      Digitalization

      07.16.2021

      First drone traffic system is being tested at the Port of Hamburg

      Droniq and DFS develop Germany’s first drone traffic system U-Space.

    • SMM DIGITAL: Leading international maritime trade fair to stream conference programme online free of charge
      News

      Digitalization

      01.20.2021

      SMM DIGITAL: Leading international maritime trade fair to stream conference programme online free…

      The time has come: SMM DIGITAL is opening from 2 to 5 February 2021. Due to the current situation caused by the coronavirus pandemic, the…