The company's three facilities in the Port of Hamburg took care of 4,605k TEUs (-2.3% year-on-year), while the three outside Germany - the remaining 264k TEUs (-41.7% yoy).
On the other hand, HHLA's intermodal division transported more containers January-through-September 2022, up 0.9% yoy to 1,266k TEUs. Rail accounted for 1,054k (+3.3% yoy) and road for 211k (-9.4% yoy).
"The war in Ukraine, high energy prices, rising personnel and procurement expenses, disruption in global supply chains and growing recessionary tendencies also impact our business. Despite all this, HHLA achieved a positive result in the first nine months of 2022. As such, we are confident that we will be able to achieve our targets for the 2022 financial year. Thanks to the determined implementation of our strategy, which is focussed on growth and sustainability, we are able to strengthen the resilience of HHLA," Angela Titzrath, Chairwoman of HHLA's Executive Board, commented.