Hamburg’s HHLA moves aid to Odessa

Terminal operator Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG (HHLA) is transporting urgently needed aid to Odessa with three containers carrying medical supplies leaving Germany for the Ukrainian port city on 27 November. The goods were purchased with donations ny HHLA employees and a company aid fund. HHLA has operated a terminal in the city on the Black Sea since 2001. However, seaborne handling was halted in the wake of Russia’s illegal invasion ... [+]

HHLA sets up €1 million Ukraine aid fund

German terminal operator Hamburger Hafen und Logistik (HHLA) has set up a €1m aid fund to help people affected by the Ukraine crisis. It will provide humanitarian and medical assistance to people affected by the war, with a specific focus in the region around Odessa port where HHLA operates a container ... [+]

HHLA welcomes Odessa refugees- corrected

German terminal operator Hamburger Hafen und Logistik (HHLA) has accepted the first families of staff members fleeing from the fighting in Ukraine in Hamburg. About 80 women, children and older people arrived at the company’s main building on two coaches chartered by the company, with a third with 40 more ... [+]

Trains gain ground in Hamburg

HHLA said its inland container transport increased by 16.0% to 832,000teu in the first half of 2021 compared with 718,000teu in the previous year. It was primarily rail transport that continued to benefit from the recovery in freight volumes beginning in the second half of 2020, rising by 19.3% year-on-year ... [+]

Container transport set to go hyper

US research company Hyperloop Transportation Technologies and Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG (HHLA) will present a virtual reality demonstrator of a new transport concept at the ITS World Congress.The partners say that their HyperPort sytem will be a plug-and-play solution for port operators, making it possible to transport up to ... [+]

Profits fall away at HHLA

German-owned logistics and terminal operator Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG (HHLA) recorded a positive operating result in the first nine months of 2020 but one that was 38.9 % below the prior-year figure. Revenue also declined (- 8.1 %). Container throughput and container transport recorded declines, due to the loss ... [+]

German box firms expects earnings droop

Hamburg-headquartered container terminal operator HHLA says it expects a strong decrease in earnings due to the coronavirus pandemic.  It said the current contraction in global economic activity is affecting all areas of the economy, including international trade, which is critical to HHLA. I t said: “It is not possible to make ... [+]

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