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Shenhua coal terminal at Zhuhai port to add berth capacity

PostTime:2020-11-20 08:11:18 View:571

China Shenhua Energy Company, Guangdong Yuedian Faneng Investment Company and Zhuhai Port have signed an agreement to increase investments into Shenhua Yuedian Zhuhai Port Coal Terminal for capacity expansion. Katherine Si | Nov 19, 2020 The three parties will totally invest CNY650m ($100m) investments into Shenhua Yuedian Zhuhai Port Coal Terminal, which is mainly engaged in the investment, construction and operation of a coal storage and transportation hub at Zhuhai port Upon the completion of the capital increase, Shenzhen terminal will further expand handling capacity including the construction of one 100,000 tonnes-class bulk cargo berth and two 3,000 tonnes-class bulk cargo berths. The newly added terminal throughput will be 16m tons per year. Related: Petrochemical plant explosion at Zhuhai Port We will fully support the development and upgrading of the port project at Zhuhai and make it to be a green logistics hub, said Wang Xingzhong, deputy general manager of China Shenhua. Shenhua coal terminal will have three 100,000 tonnes-class bulk cargo berths when the expansion project is completed.

ZPH starts 3rd development phase of its port on Gaolan island, Zhuhai

PostTime:2019-08-30 08:54:16 View:1080

ZHUHAI Port Holdings Group is embarking on the third phase of an upgrading project that will involve the construction of two post-Panamax containership berths on China's Gaolan island - the location of its main port that serves the trade in containerised shipments, oil and gas products, ore and coal. The berths will have a combined length of 858.5 metres and annual handling capacity of 1.6 million TEU, reported Dredging and Port Construction. The state-owned group said the works will cost US$378.5 million and take 30 months to complete, but it did not state when the project will commence. The second phase of the upgrading project is due to be completed this year and will add 1.8 million TEU to Zhuhai's annual container handling capacity, after adding one berth for post-Panamax containerships, two berths for Panamax containerships, one berth for Handymax bulk carriers, two berths for Handysize bulk carriers, and one berth for general cargo vessels of up to 10,000 deadweight tonnes (dwt). Zhuhai handled 2.3 million TEU in 2018, up from 655,000 TEU in 2008, equivalent to an annual growth rate of 13.4 per cent. Zhuhai Port Holdings Group anticipates that container throughput could reach five million TEU in 2025 and eight million TEU in 2030.

Core Gaolan port in Zhuhai to add two container berths

PostTime:2019-05-30 08:34:37 View:1131

THE core port of Gaolan in Zhuhai, China, is to have two new container berths to meet its increasing cargo volume. Zhuhai Port Group is to launch the third phase of the terminal project at Gaolan with an estimated investment of CNY2.6 billion (US$377 million). The project will include two 100,000 tonnes-class container berths designed to handle 1.6 million TEU annually and the construction period will be around 30 months. Gaolan port focuses on oil and gas products, ore, coal and container cargo transportation. Currently, the port is constructing the second phase terminal project, including one 100,000 tonnes-class container berth, two 50,000 tonnes-class container berths, one 40,000 tonnes-class bulk berth, two 30,000 tonnes-class bulk berths and one 10,000 tonnes-class bulk berth. The project is expected to be completed within this year. Container throughput of Zhuhai port has kept increasing in recent years, recording 2.3 million TEU in volumes in 2018. The port aims to achieve the container throughput of 5 million TEU and 8 million TEU in 2025 and 2030 respectively, reports Colchester's Seatrade Maritime News.  

Zhuhai port co-operates with EY and Insurwave

PostTime:2019-05-24 07:43:53 View:1130

Chinese port operator Zhuhai Port Group is to jointly develop shipping logistics and marine insurance solutions in the Greater Bay Area via the cooperation with EY and Insurwave. The parties will focus on the cooperation for marine insurance blockchain technology and port logistics to provide a more efficient and effective global trading conditions in the Greater Bay Area. Shaun Crawford, EY global vice chair - industry said, “Combining the knowledge from Insurwave with Zhuhai Port’s experience in port logistics, we’re pleased to establish a joint initiative for identifying blockchain’s applications in cross-border financial services, logistics and trade.” Insurwave, a joint venture between EY and international blockchain firm Guardtime, launched the world’s first blockchain-enabled insurance platform in production. Botao Liu, Strategic Development Center general manager of Zhuhai Port Holdings Group, said: “Both parties have a common interest and by leveraging our core strengths we’re able to seize the opportunities of the Belt and Road initiative, the opening of the Hong-Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge and the Greater Bay Area to promote the connection between marine insurance blockchain technology and global port logistics.” The Greater Bay Area refers to Hong Kong, Macau, Zhuhai and other eight cities in Guangdong province. The scheme of the Greater Bay Area, initiated by China’s central government, aims to develop the region into an integrated world-class economic and business hub.

Zhuhai to add two container berths at Gaolan port

PostTime:2019-05-22 08:31:41 View:1128

Chinese southern port operator Zhuhai Port Group is to launch the third phase of a terminal project and build two container berths at Gaolan port to meet its increasing cargo volume. The terminal project, with estimated investment of RMB2.6bn, will include two 100,000 tonnes-class container berths at Gaolan port area. The designed annual handling capacity of the two berths is 1.6m teu and the construction period will be around 30 months. Gaolan port is the core port of Zhuhai, focusing on oil and gas products, ore, coal and container cargo transportation. Currently, the port is constructing the second phase terminal project, including one 100,000 tonnes-class container berth, two 50,000 tonnes-class container berths, one 40,000 tonnes-class bulk berth, two 30,000 tonnes-class bulk berths and one 10,000 tonnes-class bulk berth. The project is expected to be completed within this year. Container throughput of Zhuhai port has kept increasing in recent years andiIt recorded 2.3m teu in volumes in 2018. The port aims to achieve the container throughput of 5m teu and 8m teu in 2025 and 2030.

Zhuhai Port to sell leasing and other financial companies

PostTime:2019-01-04 08:57:24 View:1217

South China-based Zhuhai Port Holding (ZPH) is to sell the 100% of its stock equity in three subsidiaries involved in financial leasing, fund management and commercial factoring to improve its core business competitiveness. The three wholly-owned subsidiaries of ZPH, Zhuhai Ganghui Financial Leasing, Zhuhai Gangrui Fund Management and Zhuhai Gangrui Commercial Factoring, were set up in July, November and October 2018 separately, will be sold via public price biding on Guangdong United Assets and Equity Exchange. The port said the transaction would help the company to further optimize resources allocation and focus on its main business of port logistics, stated Zhuhai Port. In December 2018, Zhuhai Port announced the plan to purchase 55% stake equity of Guangxi Guangyuan Logistics to improve its logistics supply chain. Guangyuan Logistics operates Xinlong terminal at Guiping port, and plans to build three 3,000 tonne-class multi-purpose berths.

HK-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge is gearing up for much-delayed official opening

PostTime:2018-01-08 09:13:14 View:1231

THE Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge will open once tests have been completed and the arrangements of customs and health inspections have been finalised. But the structure is ready and its official opening is not far away. With a total length of 55 kilometres the mega bridge is the longest and most technically advanced in China. It is also the most expensive, estimated at US$17 billion, reported Hong Kong Economic Journal. For the 6.7 kilometre underwater tunnel section, builders laid 33 sections of tunnel on the bed of the Pearl River, each weighing as much as an aircraft carrier. During a public hearing in Zhuhai on December 21 organised by the Guangdong Development and Reform Commission (GDRC) officials said that they expect annual traffic flow of 21 million vehicle/journeys and annual income of CNY2.2 billion (US$338.29 million) over the first 30 years. They did not say when or if they would recover the investment cost. Others at the hearing said that official projections of 65,000 vehicles a day using the bridge were too optimistic, given that there would be in future five bridges and tunnels that cross the Pearl River. GDRC put forward two pricing plans. In both, private vehicles and taxis would pay CNY150 to cross the bridge, cargo trucks CNY115 and ordinary trucks CNY60. Coaches would pay CNY200 in one plan and CNY450 in the other. Who will use the new bridge? On December 12 the HK Transport Department announced that it had agreed with the Guangdong government to increase the quota for HK cross-border private cars using the bridge from the 3,000 announced on August 25 to 10,000. There is also a quota of 300 private cars in the mainland. Currently, 28,000 vehicles in Hong Kong and 3,000 in Guangdong have cross-border licences. They can also use the bridge. Chief research officer at the Hong Kong-based One Country Two Systems Research Institute Fang Zhou said that delays in the construction of the bridge had given cities in the PRD time to greatly develop their port capacity, resulting in a situation where many exporters in the delta no longer need to use Hong Kong. "Other PRD bridges will offer lower tariffs than the new bridge, while existing cargo barges to Hong Kong are even cheaper," he said. "In terms of time and convenience, the bridge is not so competitive." The strongest economic argument for the bridge is traffic to Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA). In 2016, it handled 4.52 million tons of air cargo. Of this cargo, high value items that must be shipped quickly account for 10 per cent by volume but 40 per cent by value. The main items are fresh food, flowers, fashion, electronic goods and pharmaceuticals. The bridge will enable producers west of the Pearl River to move their goods to HKIA more quickly.   

Zhuhai plans to build Zhuhai-Hong Kong-Macau Logistics Park

PostTime:2014-04-09 09:04:48 View:1924

A 12-square kilometre Zhuhai-Hong Kong-Macao logistics park combining port, highway, customs clearance, bonded trade, inspection, ship agency and freight forwarding is expected to be built in Zhuhai's Hongwan Area. It will be an integrated logistics base featuring e-business, express delivery, display, trade, purchasing, settlement, information, processing, delivery, Web of Things, training, business and tourism and value-added services, an official told Xinhua. The park will integrate logistics development resources from the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge, the Hongwan port and the Zhuhai Free Trade Zone to develop itself into an international modern logistics hub serving Hong Kong and Macao as well as southeast Asia.  

New Zhuhai-Macau border checkpoint gets approval

PostTime:2014-03-17 08:40:42 View:2151

CHINA'S state government has approved the building of a new customs checkpoint on the Zhuhai-Macau border, enabling "one-stop customs clearance" by 2016. By 2015, traveler flow at Zhuhai's border checkpoints is expected to rise to 130 million people. Daily cross-boundary travellers will hit 356,000 people, according to Xinhua's report. In order to ease heavy pressure on Zhuhai's existing border checkpoints, China State Council decided to approve the setup of a new checkpoint where customs of Zhuhai and Macau will work together for the first time to simplify customs clearance procedures by offering just once inspection before clearance. The checkpoint building and the closed border-crossing corridor will start construction in the second half of 2015. At present, travellers between Zhuhai and Macau can only cross border at two checkpoints, Gongbei and Hengqin. Statistics from Zhuhai's border control authority show that the Gongbei checkpoint handled nearly 99 million people in the past year. Pressure on the border facilities is increasing as mainland Chinese tourists to Macau surge in recent years.

Zhuhai aims to raise sea-rail intermodal freight to 10 million tonnes

PostTime:2014-01-28 10:35:01 View:1940

THE Guangzhou-Zhuhai Railway's Gaolan station in Zhuhai, handled 883,347 tonnes of departing cargo by December with 200,000 tonnes throughput expected by January which would bring the annual total 100 million tonnes. In 2014, Zhuhai's Gaolan port is targeting on a sea-rail intermodal cargo volume of 10 million tonnes. The Guangzhou-Zhuhai Railway, which opened in late 2012 with a designed annual capacity of 60 million tonnes, connects Gaolan port with the major industrial zones in Zhuhai, and links the city to the Beijing-Guangzhou Railway and other major lines. It has become an important route for Zhuhai's cargo and has stimulated the city's sea-rail intermodal throughput. Gaolan station handled the first batch of sea-rail intermodal cargo in April 2013, which was 23 train cars of steel, weighing in at 13.8 million tonnes. In November, the station loaded 83 trains, or 2.8 trains per day.  

Zhuhai Gongbei customs: Macau trade up 24.3pc to US$2 billion

PostTime:2014-01-28 10:33:50 View:1741

 ZHUHAI's Gongbei customs posted a year-on-year 24.3 per cent increase in trade value with Macau from January to November to US$2.01 billion, Xinhua reports. Zhuhai borders Macau, and its checkpoints Gongbei and Hengqin are the major gateways for trade between the mainland and Macau. In the first 11 months, general trade with Macau handled by Gongbei customs grew 31.8 per cent to $1.64 billion, taking up 81.4 per cent of the total of the custom's trade with Macau. Private firms contributed $1.14 billion to the trade value, up 34.7 per cent, taking up 56.7 per cent of the total. Exports of food, household goods and construction materials to Macau is rising rapidly. Electric power exports increased 7.4 per cent to $390 million. Agricultural products grew 8.3 per cent to $260 million. Furniture and parts jumped 41.1 per cent to $75.44 million. Aqua products surged 39.6 per cent to $40.44 million. Increasing infrastructure projects in Macau also spurred growth of imported construction materials. Steel exports via Gongbei to Macau surged 99.5 per cent to $48.95 million. Ceramic tiles increased 30.7 per cent to $31.06 million. Cement soared 94.3 per cent to $12.08 million. CEPA's zero-tariff preferential policy also spurred growth of Zhuhai's imports of copper from Macau. Gongbei handled $13.24 million's worth of imported cooper, up 18 per cent, accounting for 57.9 per cent of the customs' Macau import total. Macau trade cargo through Gongbei customs during the 14 years since Macau was returned to China has amounted to $18.98 billion.  General trade has replaced processing trade to be the major form of Zhuhai's trade with Macau, while private local firms have replaced foreign-invested firms and have become the largest contributor to the city's trade with Macau.    

Zhuhai's Jiuzhou cargo terminal to complete relocation next year

PostTime:2013-09-05 08:29:28 View:1881

ZHUHAI city government has set the end of 2014 as the deadline for the relocation of a cargo terminal from Jiuzhou to Hongwan port area.  Hongwan port area's new customs facilities and stack yard are scheduled to be completed by May 2014.  Two 1,000-tonne berths at Hongwan port area has been built up and will start trial operation soon, so that the terminal can start operations as soon as possible after relocation has been finished.  Xinhua's report said, the original site of the terminal will be given to a waterfront real estate project.