Monday 05:00 - Saturday 06:00 h
From 01/01/2020 Truck handling between 22:00 - 06:00 h only possible with pre-notification.
Barge & Rail handling
During Christimas and New Years we have different opening times:
Closed from 24/12 12:00 h till 27/12 06:00 h
Closed from 31/12 12:00 h till 02/01 06:00 h
|Total area||17 ha|
|Quay length||800 m|
At the heart of the Ruhr area - Germany's leading industrial centre – Hutchison Ports Duisburg offers the fastest and most efficient access to Germany. Millions of consumers live and work in a 100-kilometre-radius of Hutchison Ports Duisburg. The inland terminal serves as one of the extended gates within ECT’s European Gateway Services network. The inland terminal is connected daily by barge and by rail with the deep-sea terminals of ECT and other terminals in Rotterdam and Antwerp.
Situated directly on the Rhine, Hutchison Ports Duisburg has almost one kilometre of quay with four gantry cranes and two rail tracks of 700 metres. Furthermore, onward connections to more than 70 destinations throughout Europe are available through the adjacent rail terminal of Duss.
Hutchison Ports Duisburg is also a shortsea terminal. Via the Rhine and the North Sea, the terminal offers direct liner services to the ports of Tilbury and Goole in the UK.
At Hutchison Ports Duisburg, customers can benefit from a complete range of logistics services. These vary from the temporary storage of full containers and a fully-fledged empty depot (including cleaning, maintenance and repairs) to the on-demand pre-transport and post-transport of containers right up to the customer's doorstep. In the immediate vicinity of the terminal, numerous reputable logistics service providers operate warehouses for European distribution. Furthermore, paperless transport is available as part of European Gateway Services.
Before delivering or collecting an empty container, you can easily verify the shipping line reference via this e-service. This way, you know for sure that you can collect and/or deliver the empty container in question at the inland terminal.