Port of Da Chan Bay (Port of Da Chan Bay/Dachenbei) is a Chinese port located in Xixiang, Baoan District, Shenzhen, Guangdong Province, China. The first phase of the Da Chan Bay Terminal is owned by Shenzhen Da Chan Bay Modern Port Development Co., Ltd. (a terminal operator in Hong Kong). Modern Container Terminals Co., Ltd. owns 65% of the shares. The Shenzhen State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission through Yantian Port Group Shenzhen Da Chan Bay Port Investment Development Co., Ltd. accounted for 35% of the shares. Da Chan Bay Terminal is the first terminal in the western part of Shenzhen that Hyundai Container Terminal holds a controlling interest. Hyundai Container Terminal also owns 20% of Shekou Container Terminal and 8% of Chiwan Container Terminal Berths 8-13. However, Shekou, Chiwan and The other major western terminals are all controlled by China Merchants International; China Merchants International also owns 27.01% of the shares in Modern Container Terminals. Since China Merchants Group, the major shareholder of China Merchants International, is a centrally-owned enterprise, approximately 44% of the shares in the terminal are indirectly owned by the state, while the Wharf Group, the parent company of Modern Terminals, indirectly owns another 44%. The second phase was planned in 2005. Da Chan Bay Terminal is a new world-class international container terminal in the western port area of Shenzhen. It is an ideal site for distributing cargo from major production bases in the Pan-Pearl River Delta. There are a total of 5 berths in the first phase, and the estimated processing capacity is 2.5 million TEUs. The 4# and 5# moorings were officially started in September 2005 (now completed), with a total area of 112 hectares, a coastline of 1,830 meters and a depth of 600 meters. The first two berths were completed at the end of 2007 and commercial operations began in mid-2008. The third and last two berths were completed at the end of 2008 and early 2009, respectively. The water depth at the front of the terminal is -15.5 meters in the initial stage, and can be dredged to -18 meters in the long term, which can handle the largest container ship foreseeable today and in the future. Da Chan Bay Terminal ushered in its first regular ocean-going route in January 2008.
Da Chan Bay Wharf is located in a strategic location in the Pearl River Delta, with a comprehensive land and water transportation network, which can smoothly travel between the east and the west of the Pearl River Delta. As the manufacturing industry shifts to the inland and west of the Pearl River Delta, the terminal will provide shipping customers with unique opportunities and help to obtain new cargo collection areas. The ideal location for gathering and distributing cargoes in the Pearl River Delta, Dachanwan Wharf occupies a convenient location, and has advantages in handling cargoes from major production bases in the Pan-Pearl River Delta. Da Chan Bay Wharf is located in Bao'an District in the west of Shenzhen, north of Chiwan and Shekou, 20 nautical miles from Hong Kong in the south by water, 40 nautical miles from Guangzhou in the north, and 10 kilometers from Shenzhen Bao'an International Airport in the north by land . The wharf has developed land transportation with cities in the eastern part of the Pearl River Delta, such as Dongguan, Huizhou, Shenzhen, and Guangzhou. It is also convenient and quick to use water to and from the western part of the Pearl River Delta, such as Foshan, Shunde, Zhongshan, and Zhuhai. In addition, the terminal is also unimpeded to and from neighboring provinces and cities, extending in all directions. Excellent land transportation network The excellent land transportation network around the terminal includes: 107 National Highway, a free national first-class highway connecting Shenzhen, Dongguan and Bao'an District; Jihe Expressway, connecting the terminal with Longgang, Huizhou and other eastern Guangdong regions; and Guangzhou-Shenzhen Expressway, the north-south expressway between Shenzhen and Guangzhou. In addition, the Guangzhou-Shenzhen Riverside Expressway, which was opened to traffic at the end of 2013, is an extension of the western corridor connecting Hong Kong and Guangzhou. Large vessels out of the pier convenient and unhindered Da Chan Bay Terminal green barge Express for customers to save logistics cost, environmentally friendly: covering the Pearl River nearly 10 major cities and more than 50 docks located in Guangdong, Guangxi, Hainan; more than 20 barge boat The company operates more than 100 weekly routes. The entry channel of the Green Water Network Terminal-Tonggu Channel-is a newly developed deep-water channel connecting the Pearl River Estuary and the open sea. It operates 24 hours a day, which can relieve traffic congestion on the Mawan Channel in Hong Kong waters and promote the western part of Shenzhen. The development of the port area.
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Da Chan Bay Terminals(Port Code: CNDCB) is situated in the center of Bao An District, adjacent to Qianhai Shenzhen-Hong Kong Modern Service Corporation Zone. 20 nautical miles north of Hong Kong, 40 nautical miles south of Guangzhou,10 kilometers south of Shenzhen Bao An International Airport. Da Chan Bay Terminals' location is perfect for handling cargoes to and from all the key manufacturing centres in the Pan-Pearl River Delta (Pan-PRD) region. Its foundation Kwai Tsing remains Modern Terminals' home port. We have a total throughput capacity of 7 million TEUs a year.
Da Chan Bay Terminals is the first container terminal globally that deploys a full fleet of electrical rubber-tyred gantry cranes (electrical RTGs). The terminal is also equipped with dual-hoist tandem-lift quay cranes (QCs) to achiecentersd-class productivity levels and handle the largest vessels.
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