The “Sea Cloud Spirit”, the world’s largest sailing cruise ship, arrived last week in the Port of Hamburg for the first time.
Numerous sanctions mean that the Russian war in Ukraine is leading to Russia’s economic isolation. The repercussions are also affecting the Port of Hamburg. Terminals in Hamburg handled 337,000 TEU in seaborne transport with the Russian Federation last year.
HHLA Sky, a subsidiary of Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG, and the Hamburg Port Authority (HPA) have agreed to a comprehensive technology partnership.
The Federal Ministry of Digital and Transport (BMDV) will fund the construction of a digital testbed at the Port of Hamburg with just under 15 million euros.
At a rate of eight percent, the decline in seaborne cargo in Germany’s largest universal port lessened considerably in the third quarter compared to the second.
With the first call of the “HMM HAMBURG”, another ship of the so-called “Megamax-24 class” headed for the port of Hamburg last night.
Ships calling at the port of Hamburg soon orientate themselves towards new lighthouses: The leading lights in Blankenese have to be replaced as part of the fairway adjustment.
An excavator with the multitool was used for the first time in the port of Hamburg. Take a look for yourself in this episode of PORT IS WHAT WE DO.
Since 29 January ships with a combined width of up to 98 meters can safely pass each other in the widened stretch of the Elbe immediately below the Hamburg state border known as the ‘passing box’.
For around 150 years the port railway has been the link between the ships’ handling terminals and the European rail network.