Shenzhen opened over 200 international shipping lines
Shenzhen Port has opened over 200 international container liner lines to the countries all over the world, which has made it an important hub port in the current international trade and maritime network, the 5th Trans-Pacific Maritime Conference held in Shenzhen yesterday was told. Deputy Mayor of Shenzhen Zhang Wen took part in the Conference.
Zhang addressed, Shenzhen realized a total production value of 951 million Yuan in 2010, ranking the fourth among the mainland cities in China. Shenzhen Port’s maritime business has developed fast together with the economy. Currently, Shenzhen Port has opened over 200 international container liner lines to the different countries in the world and the container throughput in 2010 reached 22,510,000 standard boxes, ranking the world No.4 for consecutive eight years. In the first three quarters, Shenzhen Port’s cargo throughput was 165,278,700 tons, of which container throughput reach 16,808,200 standard boxes. Shenzhen Port has kept a favorable developing momentum after the financial crisis.
Over 600 maritime logistics elites from over 20 countries and regions, such as China, U.S., Britain, France, Germany etc., took part in the 5th Trans-Pacific Maritime Conference in Asia, which is the one with most participants and the highest foreigner proportion in the history. The conference conducted discussion and analysis on the hot spot issues such as the trend of international maritime market, immigration of Chinese manufacture industry, expansion of container liners and cold chain transportation.
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