Port of Hamburg

COVID-19 leads to digital solutions for future crisis management

The new normal is now ports turning to digitalization and technology to continue operations and trade flow, due to the COVID-19 measures and the global lockdown. The report includes smart steps to be taken so that the industry adapts to the new reality.

Port of Hamburg moves forward with plans for climate neutrality

Six further green energy charging stations for battery-powered automated container transporters (AGV) and 16 additional lithium-ion AGVs will be put into operation at Port of Hamurg’s Container Terminal Altenwerder (CTA) by the end of the year.

Port of Hamburg: Seaborne cargo handling drops 12% in first half

The corona pandemic has significantly affected throughput trend in Port of Hamburg, Germany’s largest universal port. In the first six months of the year, seaborne cargoes loaded at its terminals totaled just 61.2 million tons, representing a 12% downturn.

Port of Braunschweig, HHLA to enhace inland waterways

Port of Braunschweig and Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG (HHLA) joined an agreement, so as to promote an environmentally friendly inland waterway shipping in hinterland container transport between Hamburg and the inland port in Lower Saxony.

HHLA container terminals use machine learning technology

Port of Hamburg is using machine learning (ML) to predict the dwell time of a container at the terminal, with the first two projects successfully integrated and implemented into the IT landscape at Container Terminals Altenwerder (CTA) and Burchardkai (CTB).

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