The St. Pauli Elbe Tunnel is now available again for pedestrians and cyclists on weekends. In order to ensure protection against infection for visitors and employees in the tunnel, extended rules of use will apply from Saturday, 9 May 2020 until further notice, such as the obligation to wear a mouth-and-nose cover throughout the entire facility. 24 hours a day, the St. Pauli Elbe Tunnel can be crossed free of charge. Pedestrians and cyclists can use the staircases and the glass passenger lifts during this time. On weekdays between 06:00 and 20:00 hrs and on weekends between 10:00 and 18:00 hrs, the large goods lifts are also available.
Dear Colleagues and Business Partners,
On March 13, the German Federal Government announced specific measures to limit the spread of COVID-19. At the same time, the German Chancellor called on important industrial sectors – including the ports – to continue their operations. The Mayor of Hamburg has personally stressed to the management of the Hamburg Port Authority (HPA) the utmost importance of the port, especially in these times, as a central economic and logistical hub.
The Port of Hamburg, and especially the HPA, accepts its responsibility and makes it a top priority for our port to remain fully operational in the best interest of the population.
Suppliers and service providers are our important partners in ensuring long-term and sustainable procurement success. For this reason, the Hamburg Port Authority (HPA) strives for continuous improvement and to make cooperation as easy and efficient as possible. Therefore, the HPA will introduce a group-wide supplier management system as of 01.10.2020.
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Floods are natural occurrences. Forecasts are subject to change. Third parties cannot claim damages for the fulfilment of tasks (see § 52 paragraph  of the Hamburg Water Act [HWaG]).
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