[photopress:Dalianport.jpg,full,alignright]The planned Dayaowan Bonded Port Area will bring together all bonded areas working under preferential policies granted by the central government, export processing areas and bonded logistics parks.
The planned bonded port in Northeast China’s Liaoning Province will cover 6.88 square kilometres. Zhang Shikun, director of Dalian Bonded Area Administrative Committee said that in that fairly substantial area will be the container terminal, an automobile terminal and a logistics park.
Dayaowan is one of three bonded port areas being constructed in China. The other two are Dongjiang Bonded Port Area in Tianjin and Yangshan Bonded Port Area in Shanghai.
Zhang Shikun said the main job was to maximize the area’s effectiveness in terms of international trade, export processing, storage and exhibition of bonded commodities.
More than 70 per cent of the region’s containers are currently handled at Dayaowan Container Terminal. Six new berths are being constructed as part of the second phase of the construction of the bonded port.
In the third phase Dayawan Port, with a 7-kilometre-long shoreline, will become a container complex with 21 container berths, and an annual handling capacity of 10 million twenty-foot equivalent units — TEUs. This is all part of the strategy of the State Council to revitalize Northeast China.
Source: China Daily
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