1 million+ TEUs at Yangpu international container shipping hub

By Li Xiang / HICN / Updated: 18:36,22-September-2022

Despite disruptions across the supply chain brought by the recent outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic, container volumes have soared at the Yangpu International Container Terminal in China’s southern Hainan Province, which has handled over 1 million TEUs over the first eight months this year, about 19% of which involved foreign trade. 

Yangpu Port, located in the Yangpu Economic Development Zone, one of the eleven key industrial parks on the free trade island, has opened 33 domestic and international shipping routes. In addition to shipping to and from major domestic ports across China, Yangpu also provides a crucial connection between China and Southeast Asia, with routes reaching as far as the South Pacific and Indian Oceans.

(Photos: Chen Yuancai / Hainan Daily)



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