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The seaborne cargo handling figures represent all imported and exported seaborne cargo.
Goods such as ore, coal, building materials, grain, fertilisers or mineral oil products are handled a bulk cargo in maritime transport.
The handling of conventional general cargo (incl. RoRo) is a specialised handling area with correspondingly high added value in the port.
Containers are increasingly shaping the image of the Port of Hamburg. Container handling has been the dominant segment here for years.
Worldwide shipping connections and the global flow of goods bring container traffic to Hamburg.
China, the USA and Singapore head the ranking of Hamburg’s Top Ten partner countries for container handling
Sea and hinterland transports are closely linked. As Europe's largest railway port, the Port of Hamburg plays its trump card here.
The Hamburg port railway is the shunting, transfer and waiting area between the terminals' handling facilities, the connectors and the hinterland.
The Port of Hamburg is one of the most important inland ports in Germany. Here, too, investments are being made and the waterway network is being expanded.
The 20 top world container ports according to handled TEU
Vessel calls in the past two years, broken down by ship type.
Calls by Megamax container ships with more than 18,000 TEU continued to increase in 2022.
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