HHLA’s strategy is aimed at assuming a leading position as a port logistics provider and thus achieving sustainable growth in its enterprise value. With its business model of vertical integration along the transport chain between the international seaport and its European hinterland, HHLA believes it is favourably positioned to exploit the intensification in global trade and achieve profitable growth. This is also based on Hamburg’s role as a logistics hub linking the Far East, especially China and India, with the economies of Central and Eastern Europe. Sustainable business practices form an integral part of the corporate strategy. The focus here is on organising ecologically sound transport chains – especially by linking ships and rail logistics – operating terminals in an environmentally friendly manner which also uses land efficiently, and conserving resources.
In its non-listed Real Estate subgroup, HHLA pursues a long-term and demand-oriented approach to developing districts and properties. The main focus is on developing existing properties, many of which are designated as historical landmarks.
In order to consolidate and further expand the Group’s market position, HHLA pursues the following strategic guidelines for the listed Port Logistics subgroup:
Describes a port’s catchment area.
In maritime logistics, a terminal is a facility where freight transported by various modes of transport is handled.