HHLA terminal in the Port of Muuga with 2 larger container gantry cranes, previously in operation at Hamburg's Container Terminal Burchardkai, will enable container ships with a cargo volume of 14,000 standard containers to be handled in Estonia for the first time. HHLA TK Estonia in an even better position to establish itself as a hub in Baltic Sea traffic thanks to this technical enhancement.At present, mostly feeder ships with a maximum capacity of 3,500 TEU berth in Muuga. Now, vessels with a volume of up to 14,000 standard containers can be handled, which the largest container ships (Post-Panamax) are sailing across the Baltic Sea. The three already existing special container gantry cranes were supplemented with two considerably larger ones that can handle ships with up to 21 container rows. They were previously used at Hamburg’s Container Terminal Burchardkai. With a carrying capacity of 70 tonnes, a height of 73 metres and a lifting height of 50 metres, they are some of the largest container gantry cranes in the Baltic region.In 2018, HHLA acquired the Estonian multi-function terminal in Muuga and has integrated it into its network since then. The Port of Muuga is the main cargo port in Estonia and an important maritime location in the Baltic region. Its strength is its central location in the crossroads of logistics channels. HHLA TK Estonia is the clear market leader in container handling in Estonia and handles break bulk, bulk and RoRo freight. Muuga's importance for Baltic traffic will increase significantly due to the terminal's current largest investment of the last ten years.