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Top 10 Container Ports in China

Top 10 Container Ports in China

Top 8 Container Ports in the World are in China

When planning to ship containers by sea, their journey will start in a port and end in a port. This means that a less than container or standard container rate is port to port. According to the HK Marine Department, In the list of the top ten ports in the world, more than 50% of them are located in China (seven out of ten).

What this means is that regardless of where you’re located, you are certainly close to one of the 7 ports in China that can guarantee your goods will arrive to your desired destination on time, every time.


Location: Shanghai Municipality (E. Coast).

The Shanghai port it’s by far one of the largest in the world and its capacity seems to be rapidly increasing. That’s because the port is in the proximity of dozens of factories from the neighboring province of Zhejiang and Jiangsu. As one can imagine, this port is one of the most important ports for foreign trade.


Location: Guangdong Province (S. Coast).

Referred to as the gateway to the Pearl River Delta and Honk Kong, the Shenzhen port connects the S. hinterland of the country to the rest of the world.


Location: Jiangsu Province (E. Coast).

For hundreds of years, the Lianyungang port has been one of the main gateways into China and it currently ranks as one of the largest ports in the world. As for the provinces it serves, they include Jiangsu and Shandong.


Location: Fujian Province (S. Coast).

The Xiamen port has a total of sixty eight shipping routes and it’s very close the Jiulongjiang River. Not only does it have solid links with Taiwan’s Kaohsiung port, but it also ships to more than fifty countries worldwide.


Location: Liaoning Province (N. Coast).
Known as the biggest port in N-E China and the only ice free port in the Northern region, the Dalian port connects to ports in more than one hundred and sixty countries. On top of that, it also services seaports in the Pacific Rim, N. Asia, and E. Asia.


Location: Zhejiang Province (E. Coast).

When it comes to shipping cargo, manufactured goods, and raw materials out of and in China, the Ningbo-Zhoushan port is where most ships will anchor. The pot is close to the E. provinces of China and it’s very close to the Yangtze River.


Location: Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (S. Coast).

For hundreds of years, the Hong Kong port has been one of the busiest in the world. The HK port is very advanced and sees a lot of traffic to and from it on a daily basis.


Location: Shandong Province (E. Coast).

The Qingdao port services the Shandong Province and it’s located on the Yellow Sea. For the purpose of creating a logistics and shipping center in N-E Asia, the port entered into an alliance with 3 ports in China and the biggest port in S. Korea.


Location: Tianjin Municipality (N. Coast)

The Tianjin port is connected to twenty one other districts and cities via its dry ports and it’s one of the most connected ports in the country. Since it’s so close to the N. Central provinces, but also Beijing, it can effectively serve areas from the N-E of Inner Neimenggu to the very N-W of Xinjiang.


Location: Guangdong Province (S. Coast)

Good from and to the nearby Yunnan, Sichuan, but also Jiangxi, Guizhou, and Guangxi provinces (and also Guangdong) are all transported through the Guangzhou port. The goods are generally manufactured, industrial, and agricultural.

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