Sustainable logistics in the port of Hamburg

Am Ballinkai
Hamburg, Hamburg

Founded in 1885, Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG (HHLA) is a port and transport logistics company which serves Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe. HHLA’s main operations revolve around its three container terminals in Hamburg. Although HHLA was partially privatised in 2007, the city of Hamburg still owns about 70 percent of the company. HHLA has more than 5,300 employees and in 2015 the company’s revenues exceeded 1.14 billion euros (HHLA). Through its focus on ecologically sustainable transport chains, efficient use of space, and innovation in the field of automation and battery powered vehicles, HHLA is considered a leader in the field of port logistics. The Fraunhofer Center for Applied Research on Supply Chain Services ranked HHLA among the most sustainable logistics companies in the sector (HHLA).

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