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HHLA partners with Braunschweig ports

HAMBURG/BRAUNSCHWEIG. Hamburger Hafen und Logistik (HHLA) and the Braunschweig port operations company have signed up to a strategic partnership to promote inland shipping for container hinterland traffic between the two ports. For the roughly 180 kilometres between Hamburg and Braunschweig, which is too short a distance for rail, inland waterway vessels with a transit time of 24 hours can be a viable alternative to container transport by road. In 2019, 70,000 TEUs were moved between the ports via inland waterways.

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BRAKE. With a workshop on hydrotreated vegetable oil (HVO), the Maritime Cluster Northern Germany launched the initiative for an HVO model region Unterweser this March in Brake.

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