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Port of Hamburg shows the flag at TransRussia, the country’s top transport fair


The Port of Hamburg will showcase for representatives of the Russian and international transport industry at TransRussia in Moscow between 24 and 27 April 2012. “This means that for the thirteenth time we are represented at Russia’s top transport trade fair with a joint venture stand,” emphasizes Claudia Roller, CEO of Port of Hamburg Marketing (HHM), CEO of the largest German seaport’s marketing organization. The growing number of fellow exhibitors and repeated participation by the HHM member companies that have been travelling to Moscow for many years underline the significance of Russia’s foreign trade for Hamburg as a logistics and industrial centre. “Following positive experience in recent years, our fellow exhibitors also anticipate having trade visitors in large numbers on the Port of Hamburg joint stand and are looking forward to plenty of discussions and new business contacts,” added Roller.
Under the joint Port of Hamburg banner, the following companies will be showing on the 90 square-metre stand in the German Pavilion in 2012: ACL Amber Coast Logistic, Brunsbüttel Ports GmbH, Buss Port Logistics GmbH & Co. KG, CBT Logistics GmbH, Port of Hamburg Marketing e.V., Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG, Maritime Cargo Logistics GmbH, Polzug Intermodal GmbH, Seehafen Kiel GmbH & Co. KG, Swan Container Line GmbH & Co. KG and Team Lines Deutschland GmbH & Co. KG. 
The satisfactory development of container throughput in the Port of Hamburg’s Baltic traffic in 2011 is also the occasion for fellow exhibitors from Hamburg and the region to present themselves at TransRussia. An increase of around 27 percent in Hamburg’s container throughput with the Baltic region last year represented above-average growth. Russia achieved even faster growth with an advance of 35.7 percent, container transport volume with Hamburg reaching 596,000 TEU (20-feet standard containers). That puts Russia into second place now among the Port of Hamburg’s top trading partners for container traffic. Natalia Kapkajewa, Port of Hamburg Marketing Representative in St. Petersburg, expects a further rise in cargo traffic between Hamburg and Russia for 2012: “Russia’s forthcoming accession to the WTO in July 2012 will further strengthen the Russian Federation’s economy. We expect that this year Russian port and logistics enterprises will be further boosting throughput volume and transporting additional quantities of cargo via Hamburg.”

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