Kwai Tsing Container Terminals

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Kwai Tsing Container Terminals

Kwai Tsing Container Terminals is the main port facilities in the reclamation along Rambler Channel between Kwai Chung and Tsing Yi Island, Hong Kong. It evolves from 4 berths of Kwai Chung Container Port (Chinese: 葵涌貨櫃碼頭) completed in the 1970s. It later expanded with two berths in the 1980s. Two additional terminals are added adjoining to Stonecutters Island in the 1990s and was renamed Kwai Chung Container Terminals. In the 2000s, when Container Terminal 9 on the Tsing Yi Island and was renamed to Kwai Tsing Container Terminals.

It has been the third busiest container port in the world since 2007, just after Singapore and Shanghai.

Kwai Tsing Container Terminals[edit]

The port consists of 9 container terminals and their operators:

Two former islands on the Rambler Channel are levelled and buried in the port:

While the port was under construction, a main road Kwai Chung Road was built to connect Kwai Chung and Kowloon. Container Port Road, a branch road of Kwai Chung Road, links the port with major industrial areas in Hong Kong.

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Coordinates: 22°20′29″N 114°7′29″E / 22.34139°N 114.12472°E / 22.34139; 114.12472