The HVCC Hamburg Vessel Coordination Center is the central, neutral, cross company coordination point for large size vessels, feeder and barges in the Port of Hamburg.Terminals and shipping companies can make use of its operational coordination service for the arrival of vessels in the port of Hamburg, rotation planning within the port and departure after handling – whether they are in charge of a ultra-large container vessel, a bulker or a cruise ship, feeder or inland vessel. The HVCC also functions as a communication interface between the Hamburg Vessel Traffic Service and the Elbe Pilots.
The number of ultra large vessels calling at the Port of Hamburg has been on the increase for years. They include not only container ships, but also bulkers and cruise ships. These vessels are more than 330 metres long and/or over 45 metres wide.
Since 2004, the Feeder Logistics Center (FLC), a department of the HVCC, has been coordinating feeder vessels rotation around the Port of Hamburg.
The work processes that have proven their worth in the FLC’s feeder coordination activities are also offered by the HVCC to barge operators. The aim is to improve the coordination of arrivals, increase the quality of handling operations at Hamburg’s container terminals and ensure reliable rotation for barges around the Port of Hamburg.
The HVCC Hamburg Vessel Coordination Center is a joint venture between the two container terminal operators in the Port of Hamburg, Hamburger Hafen und Logistik AG (HHLA) and EUROGATE Container Terminal Hamburg GmbH (CTH).
HVCC Hamburg Vessel Coordination Center GmbH
Container Terminal Tollerort (5. OG)
Am Vulkanhafen 30