The German port's rail container traffic totalled 700k TEUs, a 1.4% advance on the Q1 2021 result.
Overall, some 31.2mt went through Hamburg's quays over 2022's first quarter, down 2.8% year-on-year.
While the handling of unitised general cargo and break-bulk increased - by 0.6% yoy to 22.5mt and by 47.7% yoy to 400kt, respectively - bulk turnover contracted by 10.6% yoy to 8.7mt.
Of the last figure, dry bulk (excl. agricultural goods) totalled 4.9mt (-11.7% yoy), liquid bulk - 2.3mt (-11.7% yoy), and agribulk - 1.6mt (-5.2% yoy).