Cebu Port (PHCEB)

Port Code PHCEB City Cebu
Port Name CEBU Country/Region Philippines
Nearby Main Port Inland Transport
Official Website Port Type Main Port

Introduction of Cebu Port (PHCEB)


Cebu Port Cebu (Port of Cebu), located on the eastern coast of Cebu Island in the central part of the Philippines, borderingthe northwest side of the Bohol Strait, is the second largest in the Philippines Dagang. Founded in 1860, industry and commerce gradually prospered and became the center of commerce, finance and education in southern Philippines.

Its modern port facilities can accommodate 85% of the country's shipping operations. It is also a distribution center for abaca, yegan, mango, tobacco and wood. The main industries include sugar, cigarettes, ceramics, beer and coconut processing. It has the largest oil plant in the Philippines and the world-famous activated carbon plant in the country. It is also one of the country’s copper mining areas and also produces coal and gold. And oil, etc. The world's civilized seaweed production can meet 65% of the world's needs. Cebu is also an air freight center in the southern Philippines. The airport has regular flights to various places.

Cebu Port (Philippines: Pantalan NG Sugbo ) is a seaport located in Cebu City, Philippines. It serves the Cebu District of Port New Town, and it is managed by the Cebu Port Authority. It is mainly used for shipping routes between Cebu and Ilo-ilo and the remaining ports in the country


It is located in the northern reclamation area, Cebu City, Philippines. This is the narrow strait between the main island of Cebu and Lapu Lapu.

Routes: Southeast Asia, the US president wheel shipping companies (APL) has a liner into the sky in Hong Kong.


The Cebu International Terminal covers an area of ​​12 hectares and is composed of a 495-meter-long dedicated berth.

There are 20 main berths in the port area, with a coastline of 3303m and a maximum water depth of 12m. Loading and unloading equipment includes various shore cranes, container cranes, floating cranes, forklifts and barges , among which forklifts have a lifting capacity of 25 tons. The container berth has a horizontal lifting container crane with a maximum lifting capacity of 35 tons. There are oil depots with a capacity of 80,000 tons in special oil terminals such as Pegasus, Texaco and Shell. The port is a cargo import and export center for Cebu Island and nearby islands, and its annual throughput is second only to Manila Port. The main export goods are coconut oil, copra, hemp, tobacco, wood, cement, ore and cane sugar, and the main imported goods are coal, petroleum, wheat, rice, salt, hardware products and groceries. Assignments can be arranged during holidays.

Passenger Terminal

The passenger port with an area of ​​2688 square meters was partially opened and started normal operation on November 21, 2014. It has a spacious lobby with a port management office, a see-off area, an air-conditioned fast food restaurant, and a Wi-Fi connection. -Fi network connection.

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Summary of PHCEB

Cebu Port (port code: PHCEB) is a large seaport in Philippines. It is located in the centre of the east coastline of Cebu Island, bordering the northwest side of the Bohol Strait.
The port has 4,572 meters of quayage providing 33 berths for handling general cargo, bulk, Ro-Ro and container vessels. In addition, there are 3 finger quays, 2 of which handle international trade. The port’s international terminal covers an area of ​​12 hectares and is composed of a 495-meter-long dedicated berth. Its passenger terminal spreads over ​​2,688 square meters.
The port is a cargo import and export center for Cebu Island and nearby islands, and its annual throughput is second only to Manila Port. It handles approximately 10 million tons of cargo, including 400,000TEU annually. Principal exports leaving this port include hemp, coconut oil, tobacco, sugar, chrome, iron ores, cement and copra. Main imports entering this port are coal, petroleum, rice, salt and general merchandise.
The types of vessels regularly calling at this port are cargo vessels, accounting for about 64%; and tankers, taking up around 13%. The maximum length of the vessels recorded to having entered this port is 200 meters. The maximum draught is 12.6 meters. The maximum Deadweight is 63,948t.

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