Port of Nantong

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Port of Nantong(南通港)
Location
Country People's Republic of China
Location Nantong, Jiangsu Province,
Details
Opened 1904
Owned by People's Republic of China
Type of harbor Natural Inland Port & Artificial Deep-water Seaport
Website
http://www.ntport.com.cn

The Port of Nantong combines a natural river estuary inland port with an artificial deep water coastal port. It is located at Nantong, Jiangsu, People's Republic of China. In 2013, it had a cargo throughput of 205 million tonnes, a growth of 10.6% over 2012. Container throughput reached 600,500 TEU, a growth of 19.1%.[1]

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Nantong Prefecture has

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Nantong Port has 4,166m of Yangtze river quayside, 88 berths, 24 berths over 1,000DWT, or which 14 over 10,000DWT. 65ha of yard space and 5.3ha of warehouses.[2]

Nantong Port has nine river port areas and three coastal port areas.[3]

COASTAL PORT AREAS:

  • Yangkou Port Area (洋口港区)
  • Lüsi Port Area (吕四港区)
  • Lengjiasha Port Area (冷家沙港区)

RIVER PORT AREAS:

  • Rugao Port Area (如皋港区) : services the Rugao Economic Development Area, focuses on oil products, liquid chemicals and general cargo.
  • Tiansheng Port Area (天生港区): services several power stations and the Gangzha Harborfront Industrial Area.
  • Nantong Port Area (南通港区): focuses on general cargo and passengers
  • Rengang Port Area (任港港区): focuses on services COSCO and the COSCO-Kawasaki Shipyard.
  • Langshan Port Area (狼山港区): focuses on bulk cargo, containers and break bulk
  • Fumin Port Area (富民港区): services the International Nantong Technology Economic Development Area
  • Jianghai Port Area (江海港区): focuses on break-bulk and petrochemicals.
  • Tonghai Port Area (通海港区): it's a planned comprehensive area for foreign trade.
  • Qihai Port Area (启海港区)

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Coordinates: 32°45′5″N 120°48′54″E / 32.75139°N 120.81500°E / 32.75139; 120.81500