Hamburg - The most populous city after Berlin is located on the Elbe River in northern Germany. This city is one of the largest and busiest ports in Europe and considered a commercial center since 1960. With a territory of only 292 square miles, this remains the only German city-states able to keep a remnant of their medieval independence. Maritime trade has been Hamburg’s lifeblood for centuries. Since 1937, Hamburg has been Germany’s major industrial city after claiming Altona, Harburg, and Wandsbek in the territory. Hamburg determined to maintain and to strengthen its position as “Germany’s gateway to the world” since they entered the 20th century.

    The harbor is the characteristic of Hamburg. There are more than 15,000 ships from other 100 countries crossing over there per year. Übersee-Zentrum city is supposedly the largest roofed warehouse in the world and the Waltershof Container terminal is the largest station of its kind on the continent. Ranking first among import commodities such as vegetable oil and fats, petroleum, uncured tobacco, ... Exports include machinery, electrotechnical products, pharmaceutical products, and processed petroleum fuel, lubricants, copper. Until now, its harbor still remains the most important feature of the city in particular and the country in general.

    TPG has been building the out-standing service from HCM to Hamburg to provide our good partners and customers better logistic services and efficient cost.



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