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Thinking outside the box

The EMS-Fehn-Group specialises in particularly large, voluminous and heavy loads. In addition to technical expertise and its own equipment, the Leer-based company group considers good external and internal communication as its key USP.

Many locations provide security

Many locations provide security

How the energy supply will develop in the coming weeks and months is unclear. What is certain, however, is that the German seaports will play an important role in what is to come. This is because the now urgently needed terminals will be built right here – initially for importing LNG and, in future, for green gas.

Exploring deep-sea treasures

Exploring deep-sea treasures

Deep-sea mining is new territory for both partners, but their expertise complements each other perfectly. Bremen-based shipping group Harren & Partner is providing ships required for the Seabed Mineral Services joint venture, founded in 2021, while Bauer Maschinen from Bavaria is providing technical knowledge.

Feed logistics and flying polar bears

Feed logistics and flying polar bears

Zoos have developed sophisticated logistical processes to ensure their animals are supplied with the best possible food every day. This also applies to inter-zoo animal transportation as part of breeding programmes – as a look at Hanover and Bremerhaven shows.

The man in charge of the port

The man in charge of the port

Upon leaving his role as a captain at Hapag-Lloyd in May of this year, Stephan Berger has swapped steering container ships with directing the fortunes of the ports in Bremen and Bremerhaven as the new head of the Bremen Port Authority, succeeding the retired Andreas Mai.

Light and shade after Brexit

Light and shade after Brexit

The fears were huge. But how has Brexit actually affected trade and logistics so far? And how have companies positioned themselves for it?

Connecting the Maghreb

Connecting the Maghreb

To expand its business with the Maghreb, Cuxhaven-based shipping company BREB relies on finding local partners. The synergies created can benefit everyone involved.Photo: BREB GmbH & Co. KG (3), iStockphoto: Olga KurbatovaFor the Cuxhaven firm of BREB and its...

Passion for tea logistics

Passion for tea logistics

JAPAN. Vollers imports tea from growing countries like China, India, Sri Lanka and Japan for its customers, before a portion of this is exported back out into the world. The logistics specialists from Bremen have become an integral part of the German tea market. Paul Schrader, a Bremen-based mail order company specialising in tea, sends the product to the end customer.

A strong  trio

A strong trio

AUSTRIA. Three terminals with three concepts in three federal states: Enns, Vienna and Graz are important gateways for the ports of Bremen and Wilhelmshaven.

Cheesy Story? Not at all!

Cheesy Story? Not at all!

BALTIC STATES. Last year, Heuer Logistics started distributing goods for cheese manufacturer Hochland around the globe. Not only does the medium-sized logistics company specialise in transporting cheese, it also handles maritime logistics for totally different commodities.

From Mundra to the world

From Mundra to the world

INDIA. Within about 20 years, Adani Ports has grown into the largest private port operator in India – a success story that now reaches far beyond the country’s borders and even has an impact as far away as Wilhelmshaven.

“Time passes differently here“

“Time passes differently here“

NORTH AMERICA. The Georgia Port Authority (GPA) is aiming to improve supply chains around Savannah and Brunswick with a range of construction and development projects so that goods can reach customers even faster.

Thinking outside the box

Thinking outside the box

The EMS-Fehn-Group specialises in particularly large, voluminous and heavy loads. In addition to technical expertise and its own equipment, the Leer-based company group considers good external and internal communication as its key USP.

Many locations provide security

Many locations provide security

How the energy supply will develop in the coming weeks and months is unclear. What is certain, however, is that the German seaports will play an important role in what is to come. This is because the now urgently needed terminals will be built right here – initially for importing LNG and, in future, for green gas.

Exploring deep-sea treasures

Exploring deep-sea treasures

Deep-sea mining is new territory for both partners, but their expertise complements each other perfectly. Bremen-based shipping group Harren & Partner is providing ships required for the Seabed Mineral Services joint venture, founded in 2021, while Bauer Maschinen from Bavaria is providing technical knowledge.

Feed logistics and flying polar bears

Feed logistics and flying polar bears

Zoos have developed sophisticated logistical processes to ensure their animals are supplied with the best possible food every day. This also applies to inter-zoo animal transportation as part of breeding programmes – as a look at Hanover and Bremerhaven shows.

The man in charge of the port

The man in charge of the port

Upon leaving his role as a captain at Hapag-Lloyd in May of this year, Stephan Berger has swapped steering container ships with directing the fortunes of the ports in Bremen and Bremerhaven as the new head of the Bremen Port Authority, succeeding the retired Andreas Mai.

Light and shade after Brexit

Light and shade after Brexit

The fears were huge. But how has Brexit actually affected trade and logistics so far? And how have companies positioned themselves for it?

Connecting the Maghreb

Connecting the Maghreb

To expand its business with the Maghreb, Cuxhaven-based shipping company BREB relies on finding local partners. The synergies created can benefit everyone involved.Photo: BREB GmbH & Co. KG (3), iStockphoto: Olga KurbatovaFor the Cuxhaven firm of BREB and its...

Passion for tea logistics

Passion for tea logistics

JAPAN. Vollers imports tea from growing countries like China, India, Sri Lanka and Japan for its customers, before a portion of this is exported back out into the world. The logistics specialists from Bremen have become an integral part of the German tea market. Paul Schrader, a Bremen-based mail order company specialising in tea, sends the product to the end customer.

A strong  trio

A strong trio

AUSTRIA. Three terminals with three concepts in three federal states: Enns, Vienna and Graz are important gateways for the ports of Bremen and Wilhelmshaven.

Cheesy Story? Not at all!

Cheesy Story? Not at all!

BALTIC STATES. Last year, Heuer Logistics started distributing goods for cheese manufacturer Hochland around the globe. Not only does the medium-sized logistics company specialise in transporting cheese, it also handles maritime logistics for totally different commodities.

From Mundra to the world

From Mundra to the world

INDIA. Within about 20 years, Adani Ports has grown into the largest private port operator in India – a success story that now reaches far beyond the country’s borders and even has an impact as far away as Wilhelmshaven.

“Time passes differently here“

“Time passes differently here“

NORTH AMERICA. The Georgia Port Authority (GPA) is aiming to improve supply chains around Savannah and Brunswick with a range of construction and development projects so that goods can reach customers even faster.