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Qingdao (CNTAO)

Qingdao, Shandong, China

Port Code CNTAO / CNQIN Port Name Qingdao
City Qingdao Country/Region China
Port Type Main Port Category Port City
Qingdao Port (Port of Qingdao) is a large port cluster located in Qingdao, China. It is located on the Jiaozhou Bay of the Shandong Peninsula and the main throat of the northern Yellow Sea. It has 15 docks and 73 berths. There are 13 operating terminals and 49 operating berths. There are 32 berths above 10,000 tons, 6 berths for 50,000-ton ships, 6 berths for 100,000-ton ships, and 2 berths for 300,000-ton ships. Mainly engaged in logistics services such as loading and unloading, storage, transfer, and distribution of various import and export goods such as containers, crude oil, iron ore, coal, and grain, as well as international and domestic passenger transport services. It has trade relations with more than 450 ports in more than 130 countries and regions in the world. It is an important international trade port and maritime transportation hub on the west coast of the Pacific Ocean. It is also the world's eighth largest port (2011), the eighth largest container port (2010), and China's second largest foreign trade port with a throughput of 100 million tons.

In 2005, Qingdao Port Group Co., Ltd., the operator of Qingdao Port, completed a cargo throughput of 187 million tons, an increase of 14.8% over the previous year (the same below), and a net increase each year for 5 consecutive years. 20 million tons, ranking fifth among 1 port in mainland China. Among them, foreign trade throughput of 141 million tons, an increase of 17%, continues to rank second in mainland China foreign trade port; container throughput 6.307 million TEUs, an increase of 22.7%, continues to rank of China Mainland and Hong Kong third port; iron ore throughput The volume was 63.17 million tons, an increase of 12.5%, of which the throughput of imported iron ore was 47.72 million tons, which continued to rank as the world’s largest port of imported iron ore; the throughput of oil was 35.1 million tons, an increase of 10%. Safety leads to 28,900 ship-times in time, including 4,370 large ships with a length of more than 200 meters. The total port revenue was 5.3 billion CNY, an increase of 26%.

In 2014, the cargo throughput was 468 million tons, a year-on-year increase of 4%; 16.58 million TEUs of containers were completed, a year-on-year increase of 6.8%. On June 6, 2014, it was successfully listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange and officially landed on the international capital market.

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