Hamburg calls for infrastructure action

Hamburg experienced around 24% more calls by containerships with slot capacities of over 10,000 teu in 2014 than in the previous year

The Port of Hamburg says that a 50% rise in seaport-hinterland traffic will shape the growth in freight traffic for Germany, but it warns that the country’s ports must rate top priority in the new Federal Transport Infrastructure Plan in order to keep up with it.

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