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Centrair Airport
Chubu Centrair International Airport (NGO) has been operating in Aichi Prefecture, Tokoname since February 17th, 2005.
Hai Phong Port
Hai Phong Port (cảng Hải Phòng) is a port group in Haiphong City, Vietnam, serving Northern Vietnam and future Kunming-Lao Cai-Hanoi-Haiphong Corridor. This is the leading seaport for northern Vietnam. This port system is under planning to handle ships up to 30,000-40,000 DWT. The new port will be known as Lach Huyen. Its construction will entail the creation of an island linked by a bridge to the mainland. There will be a new bulk terminal and three container terminals.
Kobe
The Port of Kobe is a Japanese maritime port in Kobe, Hyōgo in the greater Osaka area, backgrounded by the Hanshin Industrial Region. Located at a foothill of the range of Mount Rokkō, flat lands are limited and constructions of artificial islands have carried out, to make Port Island, Rokkō Island, island of Kobe Airport to name some.
Kitaq
Within Asia, Kitakyushu is located near the midpoint between Tokyo and Shanghai. Approximately 1,000km to Shanghai and the same distance to Tokyo. 230 km to Busan which is closer than Osaka.
Qui Nhon Port
Quy NhonPort is a national focal port (type 1) of the South central of Vietnam, locates in thegulf of Quy Nhon and shielded by Phuong Mai Peninsula, extremely convenient for vessels to anchor all the year round. Because of the natural depth at berths and nautical channel, vessels up to 50.000 DWT (reduced load) easily sail in and out. This port is the gate to East Sea of South central of Vietnam, West Highland and countries in Mekong delta. Locating next to international maritime route is the convenience for ships sailing in and out. Port is the central position of Southern East Asia and East asia. There’re more than 10 maritime routes connect to International ports such as: Manila, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, JapanandRussia… At km 0 of the national road 19th and connecting to national r
China Ports
中国港口-国内全面的港航物流信息平台,提供船舶资料,船期查询,集装箱查询,港口企业名录,实时的船舶跟踪信息,港口船舶,航运指数,实时潮汐,港口竞争力排行
Port of Houston
The Port of Houston is one of the world's largest ports and serves the metropolitan area of Houston, Texas. The port is a 50-mile-long complex of diversified public and private facilities located a few hours' sailing time from the Gulf of Mexico. Located in the fourth-largest city in the United States, it is the busiest port in the U.S. in terms of foreign tonnage, second-busiest in the U.S. in terms of overall tonnage, and sixteenth-busiest in the world. Though originally the port's terminals were primarily within the Houston city limits, the port has expanded to such a degree that today it has facilities in multiple communities in the surrounding area. In particular the port's busiest terminal, the Barbours Cut Terminal, is located in Morgan's Point.
Tacoma
The ports of Tacoma and Seattle have formed The Northwest Seaport Alliance to jointly manage marine cargo operations to strengthen the Puget Sound gateway. Our strategic location in the northwest corner of the U.S. and focus on efficiency, reliability and customer service help make us the easiest and best place for moving your cargo.
Nagoya
Situated at the innermost edge of Ise Bay, which is located at the center of the Japanese Archipelago on the east coast facing the Pacific Ocean, the Port of Nagoya has steadily grown since it opened for international trade on November 10, 1907. The Port is an integrated international port, handling all types of cargo (general, container, bulk, other). We are the largest port in Japan in terms of total cargo throughput, which reached 197 million tons in 2018.
VICT
VICT was established on the 22nd of September 1994, following the investment licence 996/GP issued by the State Committee for Cooperation and Investment (SCCI) and now the Ministry of Planning and Investment (MPI). The company has been licensed for a 40-year joint venture between Southern Waterborne Transport Corporation (SOWATCO) of Vietnam and the Singapore-based MITORIENT, the latter holds 63% in a partnership between the NOL group of Singapore and Mitsui & Company of Japan, while SOWATCO holds the remaining 37% of the company shares.