Port Coverage

Explore our extensive port coverage network, spanning both main and remote ports across China, ensuring comprehensive maritime support wherever you operate.

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Yingkou
Dandong
Fangcheng
Lianyungang
Nanjing
Guangzhou
Xiamen
Qingdao
Dalian
Tianjin
Shanghai
Shenzhen
Ports in China

China stands as a powerhouse in both industrial prowess and global shipping. Boasting 34 active ports and over 2000 minor seaports, the nation’s maritime infrastructure facilitates the transport of a myriad of goods worldwide.

Major Ports

DalianRizhaoZhoushanShantou
YingkouLianyungangJiujiangJieyang
JinzhouNantongTaizhou (North)Guangzhou
QinhuangdaoZhenjiangWenzhouZhuhai
TianjinJiangyinTaizhou (South)Shenzhen
YantaiNanjingChangleZhanjiang
WeihaiShanghaiQuanzhouBeihai
QingdaoNingboXiamenFangchenggang

Port Construction and Cargoes

China’s coastal ports play a pivotal role in the transportation of coal, containers, imported iron ore, and grain. The country’s commitment to port infrastructure is evident in the development of deep-water container wharves in key locations such as Dalian, Tianjin, Qingdao, Shanghai, Ningbo, Xiamen, and Shenzhen. With over 2,500 berths and a handling capacity of 61.5 million standard containers, China’s coastal ports rank among the world’s busiest.

Top 10 Main Ports

1. Port of Shanghai: Largest port in China and the world, serving as a vital hub for global trade.
2. Port of Shenzhen: Second most important port in China and third globally, driving international trade growth.
3. Port of Hong Kong: Key deep-sea port facilitating significant cargo and passenger traffic.
4. Port of Ningbo: Busiest port worldwide in terms of cargo tonnage, handling supplies from across the globe.
5. Port of Guangzhou: Main seaport in Guangdong province, witnessing steady growth in container handling.
6. Port of Rizhao: Experienced substantial cargo handling growth, contributing to regional trade expansion.
7. Qingdao Port: Strategically located port facilitating trade agreements and significant cargo throughput.
8. Port of Tianjin: Largest port in northern China, handling millions of TEUs annually.
9. Port of Dalian: Northernmost port in China, serving as a crucial transshipment hub.
10. Port of Xiamen: Modernized port with extensive connections, facilitating diverse trade activities.

Our Coverage:
It’s important to note that our services extend across most of the listed ports, ensuring comprehensive support for maritime operations in China.