Featuring a new concept and new layout, the Port of Hamburg Magazine 1.15 supplies many exciting stories all about the nautical accessibility of the Port of Hamburg, the work of pilots and the dispatch at port terminals. It takes the reader on a trip by ultra large container vessel from the North Sea via the Elbe River right into the Port of Hamburg, on a container gantry crane, on a tug boat at work, to the Seafarer’s Club ‘Duckdalben’ and many more. Explanatory graphics along with info boxes containing background information and photographs round out the magazine.
With the redesigned Port of Hamburg Magazine, Port of Hamburg Marketing provides numerous information of the maritime world of Germany’s largest universal port. Furthermore, daily news from the transport and port business are published on www.portofhamburg.com and the newsletter PORTnews.
The online version of the magazine also got a new look and is now available for flipping through in German and English – also via smartphone and tablet computer: www.portofhamburg.com/en/media/port-hamburg-magazin-1-2015.
Further press photos of the Port of Hamburg can be found on www.portofhamburg.com/pressefotos.
Hafen Hamburg Marketing e.V., or HHM, an association under private law, is responsible for location marketing for the Port of Hamburg as well as for the numerous member companies of our association. In accordance with our bylaws, activities within Hamburg are neutral both as far as specific companies and competition are concerned. HHM Hamburg and the representative offices are the first points of contact for queries pertaining to the Port of Hamburg throughout the world.
Port of Hamburg Marketing Regd. Assn.
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Bengt van Beuningen (vB), Tel.: +49 40 37709-110
Sabine Zilski (Zi), Tel.: +49 40 37709-112
Julia Delfs (De), Tel.: +49 40 37709-118
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