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  • First port for 10,000 dwt ships launches maiden sail in upper reaches of the Yangtze River Wed.

    Xinsheng Port, the first port capable of allowing 10,000 deadweight tonne (dwt) vessels to sail by in the upper reaches of the Yangtze River, entered into operation from September 29.


  • China opens new port on Yangtze River

    A 10,000-metric-tonne port, first of its kind in the upper reaches of the Yangtze River -- China's longest waterway-- began operations Wednesday.


  • New Haifa port constructed by Chinese company begins operation

    The ceremony to inaugurate the new port in the northern Israeli coastal city of Haifa was held online on Wednesday, with Israeli Transportation and Road Safety Minister Merav Michaeli saying the new port opened a new gateway to the world.


  • S.China Guangzhou Port unveils 3-yr plan to boost port development

    Local authorities in south China's Guangzhou City recently unveiled a three-year plan (2021-2023) for the city's port construction, aiming to strengthen Guangzhou Port's shipping resource allocation capacity, reported Wednesday.


  • ​ETC technology promotes smart port construction in E. China's Shandong

    A port collection and distribution system based on electronic toll collection (ETC) technology, the first of its kind in China, has recently been put into operation in Rizhao Port of east China's Shandong Province, greatly improving the efficiency of cargo transport, reported Shanghai Securities News Tuesday quoting Dazhong Daily.


  • S. China's Hainan launches 108 free trade port construction projects with RMB29.1 bln inv't

    108 projects for Hainan free trade port construction were launched Thursday in Haikou, capital city of south China's Hainan Province, with a total investment of 29.1 billion yuan and a planned investment of 7.9 billion yuan in 2021.


  • China's ports register rising cargo throughput in January

    China's ports recorded a robust growth of cargo throughput in January amid the country's steady economic recovery, data from the Ministry of Transport showed.


  • Qingdao port handles 12.47 mln tonnes of cargo during Spring Festival holiday

    uring this year's Spring Festival holiday, the Qingdao port has handled 12.47 million tonnes of cargo, up 12.8 percent year on year. 


  • China's busiest port sees record container throughput

    China's busiest port, the Port of Ningbo Zhoushan in the eastern province of Zhejiang, saw its annual container throughput surpass 28 million twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs) for the first time on Monday.


  • Greater Bay Area combined port project launched in S. China's Guangdong

    Shekou-Shunde combined port project, the first container business project under the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (Greater Bay Area) combined port program, was launched concurrently in Shekou and Shunde, south China's Guangdong province on Monday, reported the Xinhua-run China Securities Journal.


  • China Ningbo Containerized Freight Index up 2.9 pct

    The China Ningbo Containerized Freight Index (NCFI), a wind vane of China's busiest port's freight rates for the international container shipping market, stood at 1,247.1 points on Friday, up 2.9 percent compared with last week.


  • Cargo throughput of China's Guangxi Beibu Gulf Port rises

    Beibu Gulf Port in southern China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region saw its cargo throughput rise 21.68 percent year on year to about 181.67 million tonnes in the first three quarters of 2020, according to Beibu Gulf Port Group.


  • China to tighten safety management of dangerous cargo at ports

    China's Ministry of Transport has issued a circular ordering the relevant authorities to enhance the safety management of port operations dealing with dangerous cargoes.


  • Changchun vehicle import port: a bridge connecting China's "motor city" and B&R countries

    The vehicle import port of Changchun Xinglong Railway Container Terminal has embraced its first anniversary in May. After one year's operation, it has gradually become a bridge connecting China's "motor city" Changchun and the countries along the Belt and Road route.


  • Manzhouli port sees rising China-Europe freight trains in Q1

    Manzhouli, the largest land port on the China-Russia border, saw a rising number of China-Europe freight trains during the first quarter this year.


  • E China's Qingdao port sees maiden voyage of container route linked to Southeast Asia

    East China's Qingdao port Saturday saw the maiden voyage of a container route linked to Southeast Asia.


  • World's biggest container ships debut at Port of Xiamen

    The two mega vessels docked at the Xiamen Songyu Container Terminal running by Xiamen Port Holding Group on Tuesday, breaking the record for berthing capacity, marking another breakthrough in the development of Fujian province, the core area of the 21st-century Maritime Silk Road.


  • China's major ports weekly throughput increases: CPHA

    Major ports in China continue to see increases in throughput in last week as the economic activities keep picking up pace, according to the latest data from the China Ports & Harbors Association (CPHA).


  • Port assists production resumption in Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region

    The Tianjin Port Group realized throughput of 1.365 million standard containers in January, up 7.5 percent year-on-year, with the growth rate ranking the first in the country's coastal ports in the period.


  • Expert calls for accelerated development of int'l shipping centers to better serve BRI

    China needs to accelerate integrating coastal port cluster development with Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), as well as enhance those international shipping centers' role as shipping hubs for Belt and Road construction, according to Zhu Zhen with National Office of Port Administration.


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