Yantian's Double Development

November 2009
DPC: Dredging & Port Construction;Nov2009, p18
Trade Publication
The article reports on the added logistic services at the Port of Yantian in Shenzhen, China. It notes that cargoes from the Shenzhen Hutchison Inland Container Depot (SHICD) of the Hutchison Port Holding Group will be transported through a global positioning system (GPS)-equipped vehicles to the Port of Yantian for loading. Another modification is the Yantian International Container Terminals to foster a systematic feeder service in logistics.


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