The World's Top 5 Biggest Ports Part-2

By Vivek → Saturday, 11 March 2017

Port of Rotterdam


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The Port of Rotterdam is currently the biggest port in Europe and the sixth biggest in the world by annual cargo throughput. The port handled 441.5 million tonnes of cargo in 2012.
The port, including an industrial complex within its vicinity, stretches across a length of about 42km, covering an area of approximately 12,426ha. It is managed and operated by the Port of Rotterdam Authority (PoRA).

Port of Suzhou

Port of Suzhou, which achieved a cargo throughput of 428 million tonnes in 2012, an increase of 12.61% from 2011, is currently the seventh biggest port in the world by cargo throughput. It is also one of the busiest inland river ports in the world.
The port is owned by Suzhou Municipal Government. It comprises of Zhangjiagang, Changshu and Taicang ports, located on the lower reaches of the Yangtze River in Jiangsu province.

Port of Qingdao


port of qingdao
Port of Qingdao, located at the entrance to Jiaozhou Bay on the south coast of Shadong Peninsula, overlooking the Yellow Sea, handled more than 400 million tonnes of cargo in 2012. It currently ranks as the eighth biggest port in the world.
The port is touted as the world's largest port for iron ore and China's largest port of crude oil. The port merges Qingdao Old Port, Huangdao Oil Port and Qianwan New Port, and is connected to more than 450 ports in more than 130 countries and regions across the world.

Port of Dalian


port of dalian
Port of Dalian, located in the Liaodong Peninsula in Liaoning province, handled more than 303 million tonnes of cargo in 2012 ranking as the ninth biggest port in the world.
Owned and managed by Dalian Port Company, the port comprises of seven areas, namely Daliangang, Dalianwan, Xianglujiao, Nianyuwan, Ganjinzi, Heizuizi, Si'ergou and Dayaowan.

Port of Busan


port of busan
Port of Busan, located in mouth of the Naktong River in South Korea, is the tenth biggest port in the world based on cargo throughput. The port handled 298 million tonnes of cargo in 2012.
Managed and operated by the Busan Port Authority (BPA), the port is made up of North Port, South Port, Gamcheon Port and Dadaepo Port, an international passenger terminal and six container terminals.

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