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Port of Hamburg
Hamburger Hafen
Landungsbrücken, Hamburg.JPG
Landungsbrücken (“Jetties”), in St. Pauli quarter.
Location
Country Germany
Location Hamburg
Details
Opened 7 May 1189
by Frederick I
Operated by Hamburg Port Authority
Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG (HHLA)
Owned by Hamburg Port Authority
Type of harbor Artificial
Land area 43.31 km2 (16.72 sq mi)
Size 73.99 km2 (28.57 sq mi)
Employees 10,000 (2004)
Statistics
Vessel arrivals 12,217
Annual container volume Red Arrow Down.svg 9.737,110 TEU (2008)
Annual revenue Green Arrow Up.svg €44.4 million (2004)
Main trades basic pharmaceutical materials, coffee, spice, carpets, paper
Website www.hafen-hamburg.de
Satellite image of Hamburg. The Port of Hamburg stretches along the Southern shore of the River Elbe and branches into numerous natural river arms.

Access

Deepening of the river Elbe for large vessels is controversial for ecological reasons. In part due to cooperation with Lower Saxony and Bremen to build a new container port (JadeWeserPort) in the deep waters of Jadebusen in Wilhelmshaven, Hamburg withdrew from this plan after a change of government in 2001.

 Terminals

Port Operator Type Berths Quay length Quay cranes Area (Ha) Capacity (kTEU)
EUROGATE Container Terminal Hamburg (CTH) EUROGATE Container 6 2.050 m 21 140 2.900
Container Terminal Altenwerder (CTA) HHLA Container 4 1.400 m 26 110 > 3.000
Container Terminal Burchardkai (CTB) HHLA Container 8 2.850 m 22 140 5.200
Container Terminal Tollerort (CTT) HHLA Container 4 1.000 m 8 40 950
Buss Hansa Terminal Multi-Purpose 840 m 9 30
Buss Ross Terminal Multi-Purpose 230 m 1
Steinweg bulk cargo 1.150 m 4 250
Buss Hansa Terminal liquid cargo 840 m
Elbe Mineralölwerke Royal Dutch Shell liquid cargo 8/ship
Vopak Terminal Hamburg Vopak liquid cargo 840 m 9 720,000 cbm 5.000

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