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  • 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.


  • Central China-located Henan releases plan to advance ports construction

    Henan Province, a central China-situated inland province, published a plan to enhance port construction to better serve the Belt and Road, further opening up and optimize its business environment, reported Xinhua-run China Securities Journal.


  • Chinese ports grow to be speeder of high-quality development

    From 1949 to 2018, Chinese ports saw their cargo throughput up as many as 1,434 times, serving as not only a barometer of the economy but also a speeder of high quality development.


  • Xiamen Port opens new shipping route to Southeast Asia

    As a cargo ship belonging to the Geneva-based Mediterranean Shipping Company S.A. (MSC) departed Xiamen Port in east China's Fujian Province on early Tuesday morning, the 21st Southeast Asia shipping route of Xiamen Port was officially opened.


  • Shanghai releases measures to optimize ports service, lower charges

    East China-located metropolis – Shanghai formulated measures to further optimize local ports services and cut relevant administrative charges to boost cross-border trade, reported Shanghai Securities News.


  • Port cooperation to boost cargo trade on Yangtze River

    The Port of Shanghai will cooperate with the Port of Ningbo on the comprehensive development of the northern part of southeast China's Xiao Yangshan port area, the China Daily reported Friday.


  • China, Myanmar sign framework agreement on Kyauk Phyu SEZ deep-sea port project

    Myanmar and China's CITIC Group on Thursday signed a framework agreement on the Kyauk Phyu Special Economic Zone (SEZ) Deep-Sea Port Project.


  • Liaoning province signs agreement with China Merchants Group on ports integration

    The government in northeast China’s Liaoning Province has signed a cooperation agreement with China Merchants Group on November 3.


  • Myanmar negotiating with Chinese consortium on deep-sea port project in western state

    Myanmar is negotiating with a Chinese consortium to carry out a strategic deep-sea port in Kyaukphyu, western Rakhine state, as part of the planned special economic zone (SEZ) in the region.


  • E. China Shandong works on consolidating Bohai Bay ports development

    Shandong Province is working on a plan for consolidated development of ports in Bohai Bay, which is scheduled to be released in September, local newspaper Dazhong Daily reported Sunday.


  • Shanghai Lingang Group join hands with Belgium’s port to build international trade base

    Shanghai Lingang Economic Development Group recently signed a strategic cooperation framework agreement with Port of Zeebrugge in Belgium to establish a service and distribution park.


  • Qingdao Q1 adds 5 new shipping routes to further expand B&R radiation

    Qingdao city of east China’s Shandong province added five new sea routes in the first quarter, giving full play to its location advantages to further facilitate maritime Silk Road transportation development.


  • Chinese company signs deal to upgrade Ukraine's Black Sea port

    The Beijing-based China Harbor Engineering Company (CHEC) on Friday signed an agreement to implement a dredging project at Ukraine's southern Black Sea port of Chornomorsk.


  • Construction of Chinese-led port kicks off, aims to boost logistics capacity in NE Brazil

    A consortium led by China Communications Construction Company on Friday laid the foundation stone for the construction of a port here that aims to boost regional development and strengthen economic ties between China and Brazil.


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