Jebel Ali Port – Dubai – UAE
Ningbo Port – Zhoushan – China
In 2006, the port Ningbo and port Zhoushan was incorporated into Ningbo – Zhoushan Port and is the 6th largest seaport in the world. This is also the convergence of the economic triangle of the East Coast of China and the Yangtze River. With a cargo capacity of over 16,5 million tons, Ningbo – Zhoushan Port is also a promising port for the Chinese economy today.
Port of Busan – South Korea
Located at the mouth of the Naktong River in Korea, the Port of Busan is the 5th largest port in the world today. Port of Busan has an area of 840.000 m2 with a length of 26,8 km. The port imports and exports about 300 million tons of cargo every year. Busan Port has 4 fully equipped modern harbors namely Gamcheon port, North harbor, South port and Dadaepo port. Port of Busan handling 80% of container freight, 40% of total export sea freight and 42% of Korea’s seafood output.
Qingdao Port – China
Run by the corporation Qingdao port, is the 7th largest port in the world, Qingdao port is located adjacent to the Yellow River
Hai and located in Shandong peninsula. The port handles more than 400 million tons of cargo and about 15,5
million container units per year.Qingdao is a natural and capable seaport
connectivity with more than 450 ports of more than 130 countries.
Port of Singapore
The 2nd largest port in the world and after Shanghai port is Port of Singapore. The port imports and exports over 500 million tons of goods per year. The terminals connect to 600 ports globally and receive an average of 140.000 ships per year. At the port of Singapore, a major terminal expansion project is underway and is expected to be completed in 2020. By this time, the port will also have 15 new berths.
Port of Shanghai – China
The largest seaport in the world today is Shanghai port of China. The port is located at the mouth of the Yangtze River. It has an area of 3.619 km2, including a total of 125 berths with a total berth length of about 20 km. The port receives 33,62 million container units and serves more than 2.000 container ships per month. Shanghai Port handling over 700 million tons of goods per year. The import and export trade across Shanghai accounts for a quarter of China’s annual foreign trade value. It helps the country surpass the US to become the largest trading nation in the world.
Port of Hong Kong – China
Located in the South China Sea, Port of Hong Kong – China ranked fourth among the world’s largest seaports today. Hong Kong is one of the oldest large ports, once one of the important colonies of the United Kingdom. The development of Hong Kong city as it is now is also thanks to the significant contribution of this port.
Tianjin Port – China
Port of Rotterdam – Netherlands
Port of Shenzhen – China
3rd largest in the world and 2nd largest in China, Shenzhen Port about 20 nautical miles from Hong Kong port. In 2012 the port of Shenzhen received 22,94 million containers and increased to 23,28 million the following year. Shenzhen Port has played an important role in helping the city become one of the leading special economic zones in China.