The new Kattwyk Bridge is nearing completion
2000 tons heavy and 140 meters long – it is the world’s largest lift bridge.The new Kattwyk railway bridge is soon to be installed in the port of Hamburg – it is currently being assembled in Cuxhaven.
Technical project manager Sebastian Schulz shows us how things are progressing. As soon as production has been completed in Cuxhaven, some 130 kilometers away, the new bridge will be shipped to the port of Hamburg as a turnkey project. The film shows: The Kattwyk Bridge has impressive dimensions and is a great achievement by the engineers.
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