Los mejores puertos chinos para el transporte de contenedores

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The port is a gathering point and hub for water and land transportation, as well as a distribution center for foreign trade, import and export, and international logistics and transportation materials.

Shanghai Port

Shanghai Port is located in the Yangtze River Delta water network area, and waterway transportation is very developed. At present, there are 3,250 berths in Shanghai’s inland river port area, with a maximum berthing capacity of 2,000 tons. In the 1990s, new port areas such as Luojing, Waigaoqiao Phase I, and Waigaoqiao Phase II were built. Port operations mainly include loading and unloading, warehousing, logistics, ship towing, pilotage, foreign ship agency, foreign ship tally, sea-rail combined transport, transfer services and waterway passenger transport services, etc.

Ningbo Port

Ningbo Port consists of Beilun Port Area, Zhenhai Port Area, Ningbo Port Area, Daxie Port Area and Chuanshan Port Area. It is a multi-functional, comprehensive and modern deep-water port integrating inland river ports, estuary ports and seaports. There are currently 191 productive berths, including 39 deep-water berths above 10,000 tons.

The largest ones include a 250,000-ton crude oil terminal, a 200,000-ton unloading terminal (which can also handle 300,000-ton ships), a sixth-generation international container dedicated berth and a 50,000-ton liquid chemical berth; it has cooperated with 100 of the world’s More than 600 ports in multiple countries and regions are open to navigation

Ningbo Port mainly engages in the loading, unloading, storage and transfer of imported iron ore, domestic and foreign trade containers, crude oil and refined oil products, liquid chemical products, coal and other bulk cargo.

Tianjin Port

Tianjin Port is located at the western end of the Bohai Bay and is an important waterway transportation hub in northwestern my country and the Beijing-Tianjin region. It has more than 140 berths of various types, including 76 public berths, a total coastline of 14.5 kilometers, and 55 berths above 10,000 tons.

In 2003, Tianjin Port’s cargo throughput reached 162 million tons, achieving a historic breakthrough of a net increase of 30 million tons in one year, ranking first in northern China in terms of throughput. Tianjin Port is the first port in mainland China to carry out international container transportation business.

Guangzhou Port

Guangzhou Port is located in the center of the Pearl River Delta region, the most active export-oriented economy in China. The port area is divided into Humen Port Area, Xinsha Port Area, Huangpu Port Area and Guangzhou Inner Port Area.

Guangzhou Port has international shipping access to more than 300 ports in more than 80 countries and regions, and is connected to more than 100 domestic ports. It is the largest foreign trade port in South China, mainly engaged in petroleum, coal, grain, fertilizer, steel, ore, Container and other cargo handling (including dock and anchorage transfer) and warehousing, cargo bonded business, as well as domestic and foreign cargo agency and shipping agency;

Agency for transfer and passenger transportation; pilotage of domestic and foreign ships in and out of ports, waterway cargo and passenger transportation, logistics services, etc.

Qingdao Port

Qingdao Port is a national super-large port, consisting of three major port areas: Qingdao Old Port Area, Huangdao Oil Port Area, and Qianwan New Port Area. The port has 15 piers and 73 berths.

It is mainly engaged in loading and unloading services for various types of import and export goods such as containers, coal, crude oil, iron ore, and grain, as well as international and domestic passenger transportation services. It has trade relations with more than 450 ports in more than 130 countries and regions in the world, and is an important port on the west coast of the Pacific. International trade port and maritime transport hub

QinHuangdao Port

Qinhuangdao Port, located on the Bohai Coast, is a natural port in northern China. The main types of goods include coal, petroleum, grain, fertilizer, ore, etc. Qinhuangdao Port is world-famous for its energy output. It mainly transports coal from inland Shanxi, Shaanxi, Inner Mongolia, Ningxia, Hebei and other places to East China, South China and other places as well as countries and regions in the Americas, Europe, Asia and other countries. The annual coal output accounts for 10% of the total. It accounts for more than 50% of the country’s total coal output.

The port currently has the country’s largest automated coal loading and unloading terminal and crude oil, general cargo and container terminals with relatively advanced equipment, with a total of 58 berths, including 37 production berths. Qinhuangdao Oil Port currently has two terminals in the first and second phases, two 25,000-ton berths, one 50,000-ton berth, and one 3,000-ton refined oil berth, with an annual throughput capacity of 16.5 million tons.

Dalian Port

Dalian Port is located at the hub of the Northwest Pacific and is the most convenient port for transshipment of goods from the Far East, South Asia, North America and Europe. The port has 346 square kilometers of free waters and more than 10 square kilometers of land area.

It has more than 80 modern professional berths for containers, crude oil, refined oil, grain, coal, bulk minerals, chemical products, passenger and cargo ro-ro, including more than 40 berths above 10,000 tons. Maritime transportation has opened 8 international container routes to Hong Kong, Japan, Southeast Asia, Europe, etc.

Shenzhen Port

Shenzhen Port is located in the southern part of the Pearl River Delta in Guangdong Province. It is on the east coast of the Lingding Yangtze River at the mouth of the Pearl River and adjacent to Hong Kong. It is an excellent natural harbor in South China. The direct hinterland of Shenzhen Port is Shenzhen City, Huiyang City, Dongguan City and parts of the Pearl River Delta. The goods are mainly in containers, but also include fertilizer, grain, feed, sugar, steel, cement, wood, sand and gravel, petroleum, coal, ore, etc.

Zhoushan Port

Zhoushan Port is located in Zhoushan City, Zhoushan Islands, Zhejiang Province, backed by the economically developed Yangtze River Delta, and is the maritime gateway for Jiangsu, Zhejiang and other provinces in the Yangtze River Basin. The port has rich deep-water shoreline resources and excellent natural conditions for port construction, with 1,538 kilometers of dock shoreline available for construction.

Among them, there are 183.2 kilometers of deep-water coastline with a water depth greater than 10 meters; and 82.8 kilometers of deep-water coastline with a water depth greater than 20 meters. It includes 8 port areas including Dinghai, Shenjiamen, Laotangshan, Gaoting, Qushan, Sijiao, Luhuashan and Yangshan, with a total of 352 productive berths, of which 11 are above 10,000 tons.

Yingkou Port

Yingkou Port consists of Yingkou Port Area and Bayuquan Port Area. Yingkou Port has a long history. It has been open to the outside world for more than 140 years. It was once the only trading port in Northeast China and is famous both at home and abroad as the “Trading Port of the East”. In 1936, the port throughput reached 2.46 million tons. After entering the 21st century, Yingkou Port has moved towards a deep-water, professional and multi-functional modern port.