Thursday, May 22, 2014

China Port Industry Report, 2012-2015 By Big Market Research

According to the comparison and ranking of major ports by cargo throughput, in H1 2012, Ningbo-Zhoushan Port remained at the first place with 374.31 million tons, followed by Shanghai Port and Tianjin Port; by container throughput, Shanghai Port took the first place with 15.8835 million TEU, followed by Shenzhen Port and Ningbo Zhoushan Port.
In 2011, the cargo, foreign-trade cargo and container throughput of China’s port industry respectively reached 10.04 billion tons, 2.79 billion tons and 160 million TEU, with year-on-year rise of 12.4%, 11.4% and 12.0% respectively. While in H1 2012, the above figures respectively hit 4.743 billion tons, 1.515 billion tons and 84.5905 million TEU, rising by 7.2%, 13.6% and 8.8% from a year earlier separately. 
Table Of Content.
1.Macro-Economic Environment in China, 2011-H1 2012
1.1 China's GDP
1.2 Fixed Investment
1.3 Industrial Development
1.4 Import and Export Environment
2. Development Environment of Port Industry in China
2.1 National Coastal Port Distribution Planning
2.2 Inland Waterway and Port Distribution Planning
3. Market Size and Forecast of Port Industry in China
3.1 Operation of Ports in China, 2011-2012
3.1.1 Cargo Throughput
3.1.2 Passenger Throughput
3.1.3 Foreign-trade Cargo Throughput
4. Competition of Port Industry in China
4.1 Ranking by Cargo Throughput
4.2 Ranking by Foreign-trade Cargo Throughput
4.3 Ranking by Container Throughput
5. Regional Analysis of Port Industry in China
5.1 Yangtze River Delta
5.2 Pearl River Delta
5.3 Bohai Rim


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