Daily port report

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THB - Daily port report. German shipping newspaper
Logo of the publication "Daily port report"
description Specialist newspaper for shipping and port operations
Area of ​​Expertise Maritime, shipping and port
language German
publishing company DVV Media Group, Hamburg (Germany)
First edition 1948
Frequency of publication five times a week, Mon. to Fri.
Sold edition 1,705 copies
( Media data )
Editor-in-chief Eckard-Herbert Arndt
editor DVV Media Group GmbH
Web link www.thb.info
ISSN (print)

The daily port report ( THB for short - Deutsche Schiffahrts-Zeitung) is a specialist newspaper with news for ship and port companies that has been published since 1948. The newspaper is published by the DVV Media Group and appears five times a week with a circulation of around 2,000 copies. Her own slogan is: The leading medium for the maritime industry .

The main focus of the maritime reporting is news from shipping and shipbuilding, market reports, freight deals, ship sales and ship arrivals in German ports. The THB addresses brokers, agents, ship owners, shipbuilders and outfitters.

In addition, the daily port report regularly contains special supplements on key topics such as containers, port services, ship technology and maritime career and personnel management.

The editorial team consists of an editor-in-chief, his deputy and three employees for the THB ticker. The reporting from the German port locations is done by a number of freelance journalists.

The THB has recently been expanding its digital offerings. Step-by-step investments are to be made in the website www.thb.info. At the same time, the editorial team set up a Twitter channel that was overseen by two editors, including Peter Kleinort , the long-time FTD editor and former spokesman for the Hamburg Authority for Economics and Labor.

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. ^ The editorial team of the THB (website of the THB). Retrieved July 3, 2019 .