WHY PORT OF NANSHA

Welcome to Port of Nansha

mapGuangzhou Port Group Co., Ltd. owns and operates a container transshipment port. It is currently the largest comprehensive port in South China.

WHY CHOOSE US

  • Save 30-50% on Local Drays to Nansha vs Shenzhen
  • Deep Water Port already loading Mega Vessels (Ben Franklin-18,000teus)
  • No Congestion—31min turn times
  • 36 Gates In/24 Gates out
  • 5 Sailings per week
  • Experience: Moved over 12.62 million containers in 2016
  • Cranes that can move containers stacked 180 feet high and 24 boxes wide
  • On site Customs, and CFS

THE PORT OF NANSHA

Guangzhou Port in the only deep water container terminal in the West PRD region.

N. AMERICA SAILING

Three weekly sailings to the west coast. Save on drayage, time and avoid congestion.

EUROPE/MED SAILING

View our sailing schedule for Europe/Med. Save on drayage, time and avoid congestion.

Chinese port register weak 1H throughput growth

The total container throughput in Chinese ports grew by 2.5% in the first half of 2016, to reach 105.33 Mteu. Overall container volumes at Chinese ports are growing at the slowest pace since 2009, when they registered a -4.6% drop.

The ten largest mainland Chinese ports posted overall volume gains of only 1.4% in the first six months of the year, with the two largest ports – Shanghai and Shenzhen – both registering volume declines. The smaller ports registered stronger volume gains, with the biggest growth coming from the Chinese river ports which posted a 3.9% gain to reach 11.05 Mteu during the period.

Stats from Alphaliner Weekly Review.

Chinese Ports Container Volumes: Jan-Jun 2016

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JOC Senior Content Editor Alessandra Barrett and Port of Nansha, Guangzhou Port America President and Chief Executive Officer John Painter talk about how critical it is to have in place contingencies to shift ports of origin or destination in an emergency and port congestion trends in Asia.

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