The Port of Hamburg feels the impact of coronavirus

Container volumes at the Port of Hamburg – particularly out of China – went down in the first quarter. But the port believes that this trend could turn around already over the summer.

Photo: HHM / Michael Lindner

The Port of Hamburg feels the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.

The combined volumes handled by the port in the first quarter were 7.9 percent lower than in the same period last year. Container throughput reached 2.2 million teu, down 6.6 percent compared to the first quarter 2019

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