Germany

07 Sep 2016
HHLA, the largest terminal operator in Hamburg, Europe’s third-largest port, has exercised an option for three more ship-to-shore cranes.
13 Dec 2015
Cargo volumes at Germany’s new deep-sea container terminal in Wilhelmshaven gained traction this year after a very slow start that forced it to put its workforce on a short-time labor scheme.
01 Dec 2015
As it gets closer to a $1.35 billion acquisition by DSV, logistics company UTi Worldwide opens new multimodal facilities in Southeast Asia to speed freight to Europe and the U.S.
12 Oct 2015
The world's second-largest transport operator is adding more than 41,000 postal codes to its international guaranteed package service, expanding its delivery footprint in Asia and other regions.
12 Oct 2015
Hapag-Lloyd is pressing ahead with its initial public offering despite market volatility that has prompted some other German firms to re-think their share listing plans, the chief executive of the world’s fifth largest ocean carrier said.
29 Sep 2015
In a break with tradition, Maersk Line is transferring the operation of a dozen container vessels to two German ship-management companies.
28 Sep 2015
Hapag-Lloyd, the world's fifth-largest ocear carrier by capacity, today unveiled plans for an initial public offering before the end of the year that is set to raise around $500 million to help fund the acquisition of mega-ships and value the company at around 5 billion euros ($5.6 billion).
11 Sep 2015
Port productivity and the ability to handle mega-ships are key drivers for shipping lines in selecting routes and ports of call and German ports must adapt to this new reality if they are to remain competitive.
09 Sep 2015
European truckload carrier Waberer's International is expanding its fleet and revenue as cross-border trade among the 28 EU member nations increases.
07 Sep 2015
Lufthansa’s long-haul and freighter flights out of Germany will be grounded by an all-day pilot strike in Tuesday, Sept. 8, as the cockpit crew union calls its 13th walkout in 18 months.