Germany

Traffic declines at the port of Hamburg, pictured, through 2015 cost the port its position as the second-busiest in Europe.
16 Aug 2016
Hamburg has finally pulled out of the container slump.
22 Mar 2016
Deutsche Bahn’s troubled domestic freight business played a key role in pushing Germany’s state-owned rail company into the red for the first time in twelve years.
24 Feb 2016
The construction of a second container terminal at Wilhelmshaven has been backed by a feasibility study of the growth potential of Germany’s only deep-sea port.
22 Feb 2016
Deutsche Post DHL has vigorously denied reports it is mulling the sale of its freight forwarding unit.
10 Feb 2016
The rough Asia-Europe trade market and tit-for-tat sanctions between Russia and the West had a devastating impact on the Port of Hamburg’s throughput in 2015 by causing it to lose its status as the second-busiest port in Europe.
09 Feb 2016
A dozen tugboats pulled a mega-ship out of the mud of the Elbe River so that it could call at the Port of Hamburg, illustrating the pressure such gargantuan ships place on ports and rescue crews.
04 Feb 2016
China Shipping Container Lines’ mega-ship Indian Ocean has run aground in the Elbe river roughly 19 miles from the Port of Hamburg, according to the German newspaper Die Welt.
26 Jan 2016
Eurogate’s container volume shrank by 2 percent in 2015 as lower Italian traffic offset increased shipments at its domestic German terminals.
16 Dec 2015
Deutsche Bahn is expected to unveil plans today to trim underperforming rail freight operations as part of a restructuring to restore profitability as it faces its first net loss in over a decade this year.
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.