Yingkou Port, located in the central part of Liaodong Peninsular,
is one of the major ports for foreign trade in Northeast China .Yingkou port
Yingkou Old Port and Bayuquan New Port. The Old Port
is hearted in the city and has more than 130 years' history. The
New Port , located at Yingkou Economic and Technological
Development Zone, is all-weather port and the nearest access to the
sea from North Eastern China and Inner Mongolia areas.
As the state's major construction project, the Bayuquan New Port was
begun to build in 1984. Nine 10,000 tonnage berths in the first phase
have been completed and put into operation by the end of 1991. The
designed handling capacity is 7.5 million tons. Five 10,000-tonnage
berths (2 are the 50000-tonnage berths) of the second phase have been
also completed and put into use by the end of 1997. When the second
phase being under construction , the berths for finished oil, auto
roll-on/off and grain have been completed and put into operation
successfully. In 1997, the handling capacity of Yingkou Port was 15
million tons. In 1998, the handling capacity reached 18 million tons.
Now, many international container
lines , to Japan, Korea, Hong Kong
and domestic terminals ,have been opened. In 1997, the total
transportation of containers was 40,000 TEU.
Besides containers, grain, automobile and finished oil, Yingkou Port
also ships iron, steel, timber, coal, bulk chemical fertilizer,
mineral powder, liquid chemicals, petroleum beverages, ceramic tiles
and non-metal products etc.. It is a leading port in transporting
non-mineral products .
Yingkou Port is playing its key role in the development of Yingkou
City and becoming more and more vigorous in the coming future.