On April 30, the container operation volume of Shanghai port in a single day recovered to 113,000 TEU, which is close to 80% of the level before the pandemic.
On April 30, the container operation volume of Shanghai port in a single day recovered to 113,000 TEU, which is close to 80% of the level before the pandemic. Since March, except for the extreme weather, all major production departments of Shanghai Port have been operating 24 hours a day to ensure the safe and stable operation of the port and the unimpeded flow of port logistics. At present, there are more than 20,000 staff and managers on duty and under closed management in the port.
From the data, the port of shanghai completed 4.1 million TEU of container throughput in March and 12.263 million TEU from January to March, an increase of 8.1% year on year. But the container throughput was 3.07 million TEU in April, and 15.333 million TEU from January to April, an increase of 1.8% year-on-year. The growth dropped, mainly due to a certain decline in April‘s data.
Due to the implementation of closed-loop management in the port of Shanghai, although the overall container throughput declined year-on-year in April due to the pandemic, the average daily container operation volume has always remained stable above 100,000 TEUs. As the companies resume work and production, from the viewpoint of the port clearance data, the data of container trucks passing through the port chokepoint is now steadily increasing.
The container stacking volume of the port of Shanghai rose in early April due to problems such as container truck traffic. Shanghai international port (Group) Co., Ltd took measures such as expanding the capacity of the reefer container yard, increasing reefer sockets and enhancing the stacking capacity of reefer containers. For dangerous goods and general cargo, according to the latest version of national requirements, solid dangerous goods were mixed with general cargo with the support of relevant departments to release the terminal stacking capacity, and now the stacking rate is maintained at an average level.
In addition, the average in-port and at-berth time of international container ships on ocean-going trunk lines in major ports worldwide in the first quarter of 2022 released by Shanghai Shipping Exchange shows that in the first quarter, the average in-port and at-berth time of ships in Chinese ports are 1.74 days and 1.10 days respectively, which is basically the same as the annual average of Chinese ports in 2021, among which the average in-port time of ships in Shanghai port is 1.99 days.
And including China's nine ports, the global container throughput of the top 20 ports in the first quarter of the average time in port is 2.67 days. The average in-port time of ships of the port of Los Angeles and port of Long Beach was 8.06 days and 7.79 days, respectively.
In PTI's list of 'Top 10 Ports in China 2021,' the Shanghai Port ranks as the world's busiest port for the 12th consecutive year and as China's top port, with container throughput exceeding 47 million TEU.
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