EUROGATE Container Terminal Hamburg is highly dynamic. The terminal is equipped with state-of-the-art container gantries and straddle carriers, permitting smooth and rapid handling. As one of Northern Europe’s main transport hubs, Hamburg also offers excellent road, rail and feeder connections to the economic centres of Scandinavia, Central and Eastern Europe and Russia. The Port of Hamburg lies 115 kilometres, or 70 nautical miles, inland from the North Sea on the River Elbe1. The eco-friendly inland location enables shipping lines and logistics providers to reduce transport times by road or rail. Situated directly on the terminal site is Germany’s largest intermodal railway terminal, EUROKOMBI.
planned to expand EUROGATE Container Terminal Hamburg by 38 hectares of
terminal area and 1,059 metres of quay wall in the direction of
Elbe/Bubendey-Ufer. The existing turning circle is to be increased from 480
metres to 600 metres. As a consequence of the so-called westward expansion, the
handling capacity will increase from 4.1 million TEU today to 6 million TEU in