The company's rail division took care of 709k TEUs (+4.6% year-on-year), while road added the remaining 142k TEUs (-8.2% yoy).
HHLA's sea container terminals handled 3,368k TEUs (+/-0% yoy), of which the three in Hamburg - 3,167k TEUs (+3.1% yoy).
Following the Russian aggression on Ukraine, HHLA's container terminal in Odesa ceased seaborne handling. In total, the company's facilities in Estonia, Italy, and Ukraine handled 202k TEUs over 2022's first half (-31.9% yoy).
"HHLA may have successfully completed the first half of 2022, but the disruptions to supply chains still continue to pose major operational challenges for us. It is not currently clear when this situation will return to normality or what consequences the global crisis will have for the economy and for society," Angela Titzrath, HHLA's Executive Board's Chairwoman, commented.