Yantai is at the eastern tip of the Shandong peninsula, bordering the Yellow Sea and Bohai Bay. The port area consists of five parts: Zhifu Bay, Western Port, Penglai Port, Longkou Port and Shougang Port. The port lies across the heavily industrial base in northern China, as well as South Korea and Japan. The terminal primarily handles containerized cargo. It also handles ro-ro cargo, bulk and break bulk cargo.
Shandong is one of China’s powerhouse regions, with manufacturing and agriculture helping push economic growth. YICT’s international-standard operations support the province’s vegetable and fruit trade: the port is committed to first-rate handling of fresh produce, such as Yantai apples for export.
|TERMINAL AREA (ha)||76.6|
|BERTH LENGTH - Berth 61-62 (m)||700|
|BERTH LENGTH - Berth 51-52 (m)||600|
|QUAY CRANES (units)||7|
|RUBBER-TIRED GANTRIES (units)||3|
|RAIL-MOUNTED GANTRIES (units)||20|
2 Container Yard
3 Berths 61 & 62
4 Berths 51 & 52