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Hamburg Port Authority

Neuer Wandrahm 4
20457 Hamburg

Tel.: +49-(0)40-42 84 70
Fax: +49-(0)40-42 84 72 325
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The Hamburg Port Authority (HPA) was established in October 2005 as an “Anstalt öffentlichen Rechts” (Institution under Public Law) in the course of the merging of the port-related competencies of various Hamburg authorities.
The Hamburg Port Authority employs some 1,900 staff. It relies on a futureoriented port management built on the 'one face to the customer' principle and is the central contact partner for all inquiries arising with regard to infrastructure,
navigational end operational safety and port security, property management and economic conditions in the port. The Hamburg Port Authority has a mandate to maintain functional the port of Hamburg. It has day to day responsibility for
shipping safety and the maintenance of Hamburg’s strong trading position.

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  • Kappenberg, J.; Kapitza, H.; Marx, J.; Ohle, N.; Much, D.; Strotmann, T. [s.d.]. THESEUS: The Efficiency of artificial sandbanks in the Elbe Estuary for flood protection. Hamburg Port Authority (HPA)/GKSS-Forschungszentrum Geesthacht GmbH: Geesthacht and Hamburg. 1 poster pp., more
  • Ohle, N.; Much, D.; Strotmann, T.; Kappenberg, J.; Weisse, R.; Marx, J. [s.d.]. THESEUS: Investigations on artificial sandbanks in the mouth of the Elbe Estuary for mitigation of tidal energy. Hamburg Port Authority (HPA)/GKSS-Forschungszentrum Geesthacht GmbH: Hamburg and Geesthacht. 1 poster pp., more

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  • THESEUS: Innovative coastal technologies for safer European coasts in a changing climate, more

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THESEUS is funded by the European Commission within FP7-THEME 6 - Environment, including climate.
Grant 244104
1 December 2009 - 30 November 2013
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