Port of Hamburg, Germany

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The Port of Hamburg managed to achieve above-average growth rates both in cargo-handling operations overall and in container traffic last year. Strat...

The Port of Hamburg managed to achieve above-average growth rates both in cargo-handling operations overall and in container traffic last year. Strategically placed 110km from the North Sea and with a total handling volume of 140m tonnes, Hamburg is set to further increase its market share in Europe.

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