• HHLA invests in Italy's Port of Trieste

    Strategic expansion of HHLA’s port and intermodal network - third investment in foreign port
  • Japan's Uniqlo opens brand new store in Hamburg's Alten Wall

    Hamburg now home to Japanese cult fashion brand - second largest store in Germany
  • Clearer labelling needed on ice cream packaging

    Hamburg calls for comparable data nationwide after study by consumer advice centre - emphasis on weight instead of volume
  • Görtz focusing on online sales, in-store trade and new target groups

    Frank Revermann, Managing Director of Görtz, tells Hamburg News about corporate strategy and new consumer behaviour
  • Six trends to determine future of trade

    Trend researcher Technical Distancing & Co outlines key trends
  • HHLA and Port of Braunschweig seal strategic partnership

    Strategic north German partnership to promote environment-friendly inland shipping and shorten lorries' routes
  • "Hamburg Summit: China meets Europe" postponed owing to corona

    The corona pandemic has prompted the postponement of the "Hamburg Summit: China meets Europe" from this November until autumn 2021, Hamburg's Chamber of Commerce announced Tuesday (May 12, 2020). The pandemic has already prompted the cancellation or postponement of several other events in Germany...

  • New Shandong Europe Express links China with Hamburg

    The new Shandong Europe Express arrived in Hamburg from Jinan in late April for the first time as part of improved, dense train links between Hamburg and China. The train is due to depart with 41 40-foot containers (FEU) on May 16 and 30, 2020. The freight train is operated by the Shandong Hi-Speed...

  • Søstrene Grene opens new shop in Phoenix Centre

    Danish interior retail chain Søstrene Grene is opening a new shop in the Phoenix Centre bringing the number of its stores in Hamburg to three. Earlier in June, the company opened its first store in Germany on the Hamburg Meile. Another Søstrene Grene store was recently opened in the Alstertal...

  • Hi-Fi Klubben arrives in Hamburg

    A Danish electronics retailer, Hi-Fi Klubben, opened Friday its first store in Germany on Hamburg’s Stadthausbrücke. The Aarhus-based Hi-Fi Klubben has a total of 96 stores across Denmark, Sweden, Norway and the Netherlands and plans to open stores in other German cities as well. 

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