Xingang (CNTXG)

Port Code CNTXG City Tianjin
Port Name Xingang Country/Region China
Category Port Route CHINA MAINLAND
Nearby Main Port Inland Transport
Official Website Port Type Main Port

Introduction of Xingang (CNTXG)



Tianjin Xingang Port (Port Code: CNTXG), also known as Tianjin Port, is located at the estuary of the Haihe River in Tianjin, in the North of  China, at the intersection of the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei urban agglomeration and the Bohai Rim Economic Circle. 

Tianjin Xingang Port (Port Code: CNTXG) is the largest comprehensive port in the north and an important foreign trade port. It is an artificial deep-water port with the highest level of navigation in the world, built by digging the sea on the muddy shoal and reclaiming land. At present, the water depth of the main channel of Tianjin Port has reached 21 meters, which can meet the requirements of 300,000-ton crude oil ships and the most advanced container ships in the world to enter and exit the port. 

In 2020, the cargo throughput of Tianjin Port exceeded 421 million tons, and the container throughput exceeded 18 million TEUs.  

Tianjin Xingang Port (Port Code: CNTXG) ranks No.7 seaport in China.

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Summary of CNTXG

Tianjin Xingang Port (Port Code: CNTXG),also Know as Tianjin Port, is the largest man-made port in mainland China.
The port is located on the western shore of the Bohai Bay, centered on the estuary of the Haihe River, 170 km southeast of Beijing and 60 km east of Tianjin city.

Tianjin Xingang Port (Port Code: CNTXG) covers 131 square kilometers, with over 32.7 km of quay shoreline and 159 berths, and it is mainly composed of six harbor districts. Tianjin port radiates Northeast, North, and Northwest China, Xinjiang, Inner Mongolia, etc.). In addition, Tianjin port is also a connection between Northeast Asia,Central Asia, and West Asia.

Tianjin Xingang Port (Port Code: CNTXG) is the largest artificial deep-water port in the world. The container throughput ranks among the top ten ports in China. Tianjin Xingang Port is equipped with a dock level of 300,000 tons, the main channel with a water depth of -22 meters, and 192 berths in various types. It maintains shipping and trade connections with over 800 ports in more than 200 countries and regions in the world.