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Moving Cranes at Tollerort

Moving Cranes at Tollerort

Two new container gantry cranes were directly assembled at Container Terminal Tollerort (CTT) and moved to berth 5. This is HHLA’s third berth for handling the world’s largest container ships. The first 20,000-TEU vessels are expected in Hamburg in 2017.

Angela Titzrath Is the New Chairwoman of HHLA’s Executive Board

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Angela Titzrath Is the New Chairwoman of HHLA’s Executive Board

Angela Titzrath took over as Chairwoman of the Executive Board of Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG (HHLA) on 1 January 2017.

A Green Light for Transit

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A Green Light for Transit

The mandatory pre-announcement of truck visits to Hamburg’s container terminals has been introduced without any significant disruptions. Since this will improve the planning capacity of terminal processes, handling operations within booked time frames will soon be possible.

Success in the Dark

/ Sustainability

Success in the Dark

Lighting has been drastically reduced at two HHLA container terminals. Their automated areas now operate largely in the dark.

Metrans Brings World First to Hamburg Rails

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Metrans Brings World First to Hamburg Rails

HHLA subsidiary Metrans is using hybrid locomotives for heavy-duty shunting at the Port of Hamburg for the first time anywhere in the world. These locomotives’ hybrid engines reduce emissions by up to 70 percent.