Release of the second stage came on 24 January 2022. This represented achievement of the project target of ena...
The agreement aims to ensure and maintain navigation on Elbe according to fixed parameters from Pardubice to H...
After completion on schedule of dredging works for the fairway adjustment on the Elbe, the first release for i...
Release of the second stage came on 24 January 2022. This represented achievement of the project target of enabling containerships with a draft of up to 13.50 metres to reach […] Read more
The agreement aims to ensure and maintain navigation on Elbe according to fixed parameters from Pardubice to Hamburg. It will allow using Elbe for an eco-friendly freight transport, combinin... Read more
After completion on schedule of dredging works for the fairway adjustment on the Elbe, the first release for increased drafts was implemented. From now on, ULCCs can exploit the new [... Read more
With seaborne cargo throughput up by 1.1 percent at 136.6 million tons, Germany’s largest universal port can report an excellent result for 2019. In the face of a slowdown in […] Read more
Hamburg is Germany’s biggest universal port and, with 9.9 million tons throughput in 2018, its second biggest inland port. For the first quarter of 2019, the recently published inland vessel... Read more
Good news for shipping and Hamburg’s port customers throughout the world: The works for the adjustment of the fairway has been started yesterday. With the arrival of the hopper dredger [... Read more
The waterways concept and the use of waterways for passenger and freight transport, extension of navigation on Elbe to Pardubice and the state of construction of the Děčín navigation section... Read more
The Port of Hamburg is not only the largest seaport in Germany – it is also the second-largest inland port. Around 10,000 inland waterway vessels call each year the handling […] Read more
Today, the first contract with a volume of some 9.5 million Euros was awarded for the start of the Medemrinne, or trough, underwater dredged material disposal site – UDMDS.The Cuxhaven... Read more
Germany’s largest universal port contains over 75 terminals, handling over 18,000 ocean-going and inland waterway ships per year. For the Elbe and port pilots, the 65 percent increase in the... Read more
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