Zhanjiang Port Group

Updated: Apr 4, 2018 Print
Share - WeChat

Zhanjiang Port (Group) Co., Ltd., formerly known as Zhanjiang Port Bureau, was renamed Zhanjiang Port Group in 2004 and restructured in 2007. It is now a Sino-foreign joint venture company owned by eight shareholders, including State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of Zhanjiang city, Merchants Bureau Port, and Baosteel Group. It has 37 productive berths, among which are a 400,000-ton bulk cargo terminal, two 300,000-ton oil terminals, a 250,000-ton iron ore terminal, a 150,000-ton coal terminal and two 150,000-ton container terminals. When combined with a bonded logistics park, it has an annual capacity of 116 million tons.


Zhanjiang Port [Photo/]

Going forward, Zhanjiang Port Group will focus on "innovation, coordination, green environment, opening-up and sharing," fully implementing the development strategies of Guangdong province and Zhanjiang city. It is pushing forward with the construction of four professional port areas, an outside bay area, a bonded logistics park, and a commodities trading hub. Zhanjiang port will be built into a large-scale logistics base and distribution center for ore, petroleum, coal, grain, wood, steel, fertilizer and sulfur. By 2020, it will become a regional international logistics center.

Zhanjiang port is the first deep-water harbour to be designed and built since the founding of the People's Republic of China. Since it was put into operation in 1956, through 60 years of development, it has become one of 25 major ports along China's coast, the key port of the Belt and Road Initiative, the main port of the South West Coastal Port Group, the main passage for exported and imported goods to central and western China, and the main distribution center for bulk goods. It has a 300,000-ton channel which makes it the best south coastal port for navigation and the unloading of crude oil and iron ore.

Copyright©2024 China Daily. All rights reserved.


京公网安 京公网安备 11010502032503号