Tomakomai Port (Japanese: とまこまい) is located in Tomakomai, Hokkaido, Japan, port code: JPTOM, port abbreviation: TMK, latitude and longitude: 42°35'0”N,141°35'0”E. Tomakomai Port began operation in 1963, covering an area of 14,300 hectares and providing 63 berths (38 public berths). In 2012, the port cargo handling volume ranked fourth in Japan. In 2013, the port cargo throughput increased by 5%, and the shipment volume ranked first in Hokkaido.
The land bank of Tomakomai Port is manually dug. It stretches for more than 4 kilometers from the southwest to the northeast, and the water depth is about 10 meters. The entrance gate is protected by a breakwater, which is 330 meters wide and 14 meters deep. The piers are distributed from the outside to the inside. , There are two 5,000-ton berths on the north bank of the oil terminal; four berths in the south, west, north, and east centered on the commercial harbor basin, and 17 berths with a depth of 7.5-11.0 meters; there are also 3 berths for ferries and light industry companies. Two berths are connected to the East Wharf. The berth of the Light Industry Company has a water depth of 12-14 meters and is used for aluminum, metal, bauxite, etc. On the other side are deep-water terminals such as Nikko Kosan and Electric Power Company. Nikko Kosan also has an adjacent offshore crude oil berth with a water depth of 24 meters. In the middle section, there are wood storage yards in the north, 4 timber, bulk cargo and container berths in the Zhongbei Wharf; and 2 berths each for the Nissei Chemical and Soda Combination Chemical Wharf, with a water depth of up to 10 meters. On the other side are 4 berths in Zhongnan Wharf and Chemical Company Wharf, with a water depth of 9-12 meters. On the northwestern shore of the northeast section, there are steel product terminals such as Nippon Steel Pipe, Sumitomo, Nippon Steel, and Jiuyi Steel Pipe. The water depth is relatively shallow, but two of the three berths at Yongfu Wharf on the opposite bank are 10-12 meters, used for wood boards and pulp. , Bulk cargo, etc. There are more than 60 berths of various kinds in the whole harbor basin, and more than half are deep-water berths serving industries. The port also has an East Port District.
West Port District
- Development terminal: North terminal
- Arrival Wharf (West Port Area Wharf): East Wharf
- South Pier
- West Pier
- Harumi Pier
- Central North Pier
- Central South Pier
- Sunrise Electrochemical Terminal
- Yongshou Wharf
- Idemitsu Pier
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West Port Area (Tomakomai West Port Area Wharf)Kawasaki Kinkai Steamship Co., Ltd. (Silver Terminal) Hachinohe Port (1973-) Pacific Wharf Sendai Port (1973-) Sendai Port-Nagoya Port (1973-) MOL Ferry Oarai Port (Sunflower) (1985-) route In the past, Sendai Port (1973-2000) at Dongdukou. Hachinohe (1979-2006) Japanese Coastal Ferry/Blue Highway Route Tokyo Port (1972-1997) Oarai Port-Tokyo Port (1997-1999)
Donggang District (Tomakomai Donggang Shubun Wharf)New Japan Sea Ferry Akita Port-Niigata (1999-) Niigata--Akita Port Tsuruga (1999-) Tsuruga (2002-).