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Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG
Traded asFWBHHFA
IndustryLogistics, transportation
HeadquartersHamburg, Germany
Key people
Klaus-Dieter Peters (CEO and Chairman of the executive board), Peer Witten (Chairman of the supervisory board)
ServicesContainer terminals, cargo handling and transport
Revenue1,291.1 billion (2018)[1]
€204.2 million (2018)[1]
€138,474 thousand(2018)[1]
Total assets€1,972,947 thousand(2018)[1]
Total equity€614,841 thousand(2018)[1]
Number of employees
5,937 (2018)[1]

Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG (abbreviated HHLA) is a German logistics and transportation company. The firm operates three container terminals at the Port of Hamburg: Altenwerder, Burchardkai and Tollerort, as well as cargo handling and transport services by rail, road and sea. Founded as Hamburger Freihafen-Lagerhaus-Gesellschaft in 1885, the company was partly privatised by the state of Hamburg in an initial public offering on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange in November 2007.[2] The state retains a 70% stake in HHLA.[3] It is currently a constituent of the SDAX index (until June 2013, it was in the MDAX[4])

Van carrier transporting a container (2013) at 'Burchardkai', operated by HHLA

In September 2010, HHLA announced plans to increase capacity at its container terminal at Odessa in Ukraine[5] In 2012, 329.000 TEU were handled (3,5 % more than 2011).[6]

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  1. ^ a b c d e f "HHLA Annual Report 2018". HHLA.
  2. ^ Brandt, Nadja; Bettinga, Jann (1 November 2007). "Hamburger Hafen & Logistik Raises EU1.17 Billion in Share Sale". Bloomberg. Retrieved 2009-01-21.
  3. ^ "Shareholder structure". HHLA. Archived from the original on 2009-02-28. Retrieved 2009-01-21.
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  5. ^ "Lloyd's List - Ports & Logistics - HHLA's Odessa box terminal gets $89m boost". Retrieved 2010-09-11.
  6. ^ dvz.de: Perle am Schwarzen Meer (June 2013)