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Hamburg port creates space for giant vessels

The video explains how Hamburg port decided to deepen the Vorhafen entry, which consists the gate to the turnover areas in Steinwerder. Through the deepening, the big vessels, such as containers and cruise ships, gain more space to maneuver in Tollerort.

Port of Hamburg urges for navigational changes

On the judgement of the Federal Administrative Court for the fairway adjustment of the Lower and Outer Elbe, the Hamburg Port Authority underlined the necessity for the adjustment of the navigation channel.

Port of Hamburg to measure air quality with sensors

Kii, Internet of Things Solution Enablement Platform provider, has announced collaboration with The Hamburg Port Authority in a smart port project. The Hamburg Port Authority launched an IoT pilot project in March 2016. Its goal was to record the emissions of sulfur dioxide, nitrogen dioxide and fine dust at various locations in the port of Hamburg using sensors.

EU ports call IMO to support new NOx ECAs proposal

The Port Authorities of Antwerp, Hamburg, Rotterdam, Le Havre and Bremen/Bremerhaven strongly support the submissions of the North Sea and the Baltic countries to designate the North Sea and the Baltic Sea as NECA by 2021 and call upon MEPC 70 to support these submissions during this week, 24-28th October 2016.

LNG Hybrid Barge enters its second season in Hamburg

The HUMMEL has for over one year been contributing to improved air quality at the port of Hamburg. Becker Marine Systems’ LNG Hybrid Barge will also be supplying lowemission power to the AIDAsol this year. The cruise ship has already made three calls since the middle of May and will have made a total of sixteen stops at the Hafencity terminal by October.

IRISL’s new general cargo service makes first call at Hamburg port

The representatives of state shipping company IRISL (Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines) have joined staff of the Peter W. Lampke shipping agency and Terminal C. Steinweg in welcoming the Captain and crew of the SEVGI . The new general cargo service will call monthly at Hamburg as the only port in Germany, transporting conventional general cargo in addition to containers. The multi-purpose vessels deployed are equipped with shipboard cranes.

First Iranian ship calls in Hamburg

With the call by the AZARGOUN in Hamburg on 17 March 2016, IRISL – Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines – is reopening its regular liner service “European Container Line” (ECL) between Northern Europe and ports in the Persian Gulf following its closure in mid-2010 on account of sanctions. The new service will be operating with 2,500-TEU containerships, calling at Hamburg and Antwerp, along with Genoa, Istanbul, Port Said and Bandar Abbas.

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