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Great Variety Of Exhibitors At The “Gateway Hamburg”

50 companies of the port, transport and logistics industry from Hamburg will be showcasing their products and services at transport logistic 2015 in Munich under the roof of Gateway Hamburg

From 5-8 May, some 50 companies of the port, transport and logistics industry in Hamburg and the region will be showcasing their assets under the joint roof of “Gateway Hamburg” at transport logistic 2015 in Munich, the world’s largest logistics trade fair. The great variety of exhibitors will reflect Hamburg’s immense range of services as an universal port and logistics base: terminals for containers, bulk and multi-purpose cargoes, shipping companies; and liner agents; rail operators; transport service providers; container packing companies; experts on hazardous cargoes, chemicals and the environment; vocational and further training establishments will be participating at the show. The stand organised by Port of Hamburg Marketing and Logistics Initiative Hamburg will be located at the centre of Hall B3 (Stand 209/310). A total of over 1,900 exhibitors from all over the world are expected for transport logistic at Neue Messe München.

New Internet Platform

In good time for the fair, Port of Hamburg Marketing (HHM) will be introducing its new Internet portal This re-structured online portal is notable for modern design and intuitive menu guidance and has been optimised for smartphones and tablets. One highlight is the Port Plan that allows ship movements and the status of road traffic in the Port of Hamburg to be monitored in realtime. The system contains data of more than 25,000 vessels, along with background information. On shore, webcams convey the traffic status on the roads. The range is supplemented by news of planned roadworks and up-to-the minute traffic bulletins.

Industry Platform PORTlog With More Than 800 Companies

Integrated into is the industry portal Launched two years ago for transport logistic 2013. PORTlog enables customers, PORTLog enables firms in trade and industry to quickly find the right suppliers for their imports and exports of transport, cargo handling, warehousing and other services in Hamburg, its metro region, and along the transport chain. Over 800 companies from 40 different industries meanwhile offer their services at PORTlog.

Talks With Experts At Gateway Hamburg

Another highlight will be the “Gateway Hamburg Fair Talk”. On the first three days of the fair, these 15-minute talk shows with representatives of the port and logistics industry, the public sector and the world of politics will be held four times a day at the “Gateway Hamburg” stand. Exciting topics up for discussion will include the smartPORT system innovations for handling mega-containerships, Hamburg’s candidature for the Olympics in the heart of its port, the advanced development of environmentally friendly hinterland services, and trends in the Port of Hamburg’s core markets, including the Baltic region. All talks will be hosted by the journalist Björn Helmke. The complete schedule of talks, a plan of the stand and data on co-exhibitors will be available at by early April.

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On Gateway Hamburg

The “Gateway Hamburg” stand will cover 950 square metres, making it one of the largest exhibitor areas at this international trade fair for logistics, mobility, IT and supply chain management. Among those represented on separate sections of the stand will be the Hamburg Port Authority, Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG (HHLA) and BUSS Group.

Further co-exhibitors will include Arivist Group, Brunsbüttel Ports, C. Steinweg (Süd-West Terminal), chemcoastpark stade, China Shipping Agency (Germany), Conical, Emons-Rail-Cargo, Fr. Meyer’s Sohn, Höegh Autoliners, HPTI Hamburg Port Training Institute, IGS Logistics Group Holding, Ixocon, ma-co maritimes competenzcentrum, Magdeburger Hafen, Norgatec Handelsgesellschaft, PCH Packing Center Hamburg, Rendsburg Port, Saco Shipping, Sea Master Shipping, Seaexpress Logistics, Süderelbe AG, TCI International Logistics, TCO Transcargo, Team Lines Deutschland dba Delphis Logistics, UMCO Umwelt Consult,, and WCT Europe.
source: Hafen Hamburg Marketing

On the Port of Hamburg

The Port of Hamburg is among Europe’s most flexible and top performing universal ports. Hamburg offers suitable handling facilities for loads of all types, from containers to bulk and project cargoes, to liquid cargoes and dangerous goods. There also special terminals for RoRo cargo and for handling valuable waste and recyclables. At over 50 facilities, state-of-the-art handling technologies and highly trained staff guarantee swift and safe goods handling.

Hamburg’s terminals handled around 146 million tonnes of seaborne cargoes in 2014. In handling 9.7 million TEU (standard containers), Hamburg is also Europe’s second largest container port, which also consolidated its 15th place among the world’s largest container ports.
source: Hafen Hamburg Marketing

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