One port. All routes.
The LHG is the central link between the Baltic Sea region and Continental Europe. It links Sweden, Finland, Norway and the Baltic States with the major European economic centres and metropolitan areas. As the largest port operator, LHG plays a central role. The location of our five transshipment terminals in the south-western part of the Baltic Sea makes optimal use of the sea route – this saves time and money and protects the climate.
Speaking of efficiency:
The Port of Lübeck is the only German Baltic Sea port with a direct trimodal hinterland connection. From our terminals, the journey continues by rail, road or inland waterway - without any detours. A big advantage for flexible and individual transport.
North across the Baltic Sea, south via the Elbe-Lübeck Canal: With its direct connection to the European inland waterway network, the Port of Lübeck offers the best conditions for the smooth transport of bulk goods, project cargo and heavy goods.
All LHG terminals have a rail connection to the electrified, double-track route to Hamburg. Several rail terminals ensure that trains arrive and depart smoothly. In addition to conventional rail transport, the LHG terminals offer an extensive network of intermodal block train connections.
A direct connection to southern and western Europe is provided via the three-lane A1 motorway and, from Hamburg, also via the A7. The A20 leads east to Stettin in Poland.
Our direct connections
From Lübeck to the rest of the world
From Lübeck, your goods will be well on their way to destinations all over the world. From our partner ports in southern Sweden, you can reach destinations in for example Gothenburg and Stockholm as well as various destinations in Norway via dedicated intermodal connections. There is also a connection to and from China via Latvia using the New Silk Road
In a southerly direction, there are also connections available for routes in Switzerland, France, Spain, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Austria, and via Italy to Greece and Turkey via the gateways in Hamburg, Duisburg or Lehrte, for example.
Everything in the right place: the bundling point
The Port of Lübeck is the gateway to the Baltic Sea region. But not only to Scandinavia and the Baltic States - you can go anywhere from here. Every day. Around the clock. By sea, by road or by rail. With our state-of-the-art logistics processes and high-performance terminals, we connect the flow of goods and freight across the continent here in Lübeck.Bundling point
Full service to the power of 5
Unlimited flexibility. Highly specialised equipment. And a seamless connection to water, rail and road: Our five transshipment terminals offer individual services for all kinds of goods.Our terminals