Germany

Germany

18 Aug 2015
The Port of Hamburg handled 6.8 percent fewer containers in the first half of 2015 than a year ago, as sharply lower Russian and Chinese traffic hampered the German port's goal to become the No. 2 container gateway in North Europe.
07 May 2015
Waberer’s International, one of Europe’s largest trucking operators, is purchasing 500 new trailers as it expands business in Germany and its freight-hauling network in western Europe.
07 May 2015
A week-long strike by German locomotive drivers that is scheduled to run until Sunday could be called off earlier as their union considers calls for an independent mediator to settle the dispute with Deutsche Bahn, the state-owned railway company.
Lufthansa cargo center in Frankfurt
05 May 2015
Lufthansa Cargo more than doubled its first quarter operating profit, setting up a sixth consecutive year in the black in the face of a weak global air freight market that has pulverised the finances of its European rivals.
Port of Hamburg intermodal
04 May 2015
German locomotive drivers began near week-long strike Monday afternoon that threatens to clog container yards at the country’s leading ports and cause massive disruption to industrial supply chains across Europe’s largest economy.
01 May 2015
Europe's largest inland port to grow as ultra-large container ships arrive at north European ports.
Fresh product loading for Lufthansa Cargo
29 Apr 2015
Lufthansa Cargo says it is delaying the construction of a new freight center at its Frankfurt hub “by at least two years.”
22 Apr 2015
Rail freight transport has ground to a halt across Germany as a strike by locomotive engineers against Deutsche Bahn, the state-owned railway, enters its second day.
21 Apr 2015
Frankfurt airport handled 6.4 percent less freight in March than a year ago as strikes by Lufthansa pilots resulted in the cancellation of intercontinental flights.
18 Apr 2015
There was an average of three major cargo thefts every day in Europe last year, driven in part by the growing p
inland waterway container barge to Duisport
17 Apr 2015
Duisburg, the world’s biggest inland port, boosted container traffic by 13 percent in 2014, outperforming its bigger rivals in the Le Havre-Hamburg range.