Rajin (KPRAJ)

Port Code KPRAJ / KPRJN City Rajin
Port Name Rajin Country/Region Korea, North
Category Port City Route SOUTH KOREAN
Nearby Main Port Inland Transport
Official Website Port Type Feeder Port

Introduction of Rajin (KPRAJ)



      Port city in Northeast Korea. It belongs to Xianjing North Road. On the east side of Luojin Bay, it is near the sea of Japan. The three sides are surrounded by mountains. The bay is shielded by islands, which is a natural port. The population is about 34000. Originally a small village, it was built in 1932. There are metallurgy, machinery, shipbuilding, chemical and aquatic processing industries. Fishery base, offshore cod, mackerel. In 1965, it was opened to traffic with Qingjin, which was the end of the yuan Luo line.

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Summary of KPRAJ

Rajin Port (Port Code: KPRAJ) is a large year-round ice-free port in the Sea of Japan in the North Pacific Ocean on the northeast tip of North Korea. It is in the Kwanbuk region and location of the Rason Special Economic Zone. It is the biggest enterprise in the Rason area, an ice-free facility used for shipping goods into and out of the area. There are three main piers, one of which is leased by a Russian company. There is also some space in the zone leased to foreign ships that dock in the port over the wintertime since other ports along the Siberian coastline freeze over the long, harsh cold winter.