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Rizhao Port, Rizhao

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The Port of Rizhao is a natural deep-water seaport on the coast of the city of Rizhao, Shandong Province, People's Republic of China, located on the southern shore of Shandong Peninsula, opening to the Yellow Sea. It has 46 deep-water berths in two main port areas (Lanzhao Port Area and Shijiu Port Area). In 2012 it reached a throughput of 284 million metric tons, making it the tenth busiest port in China.
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  • This port is significant to Rizhao's economy. The port has a museum which outlines its history and its future plans with a model that lights up. I wouldn't recommend you come here without a guide. 
  • During a business trip my hosts took le to the port, it's interesting to see the largest mining port of northern China, not much else to do more than walking around 
  • A young and rapidly developing Rizhao port is rapidly gaining traffic volumes. Port laid at the end of the 90-ies of the last century and today occupies the eighth place among China's largest seaports. Today, the port is recognized as strategic and is the eastern gateway of the continental corridor created by China. Given the young age port perfectly organized and equipped. In the port created perfect conditions for handling various kinds of cargo. The main ones are petroleum and petroleum products, wood and pulp and paper products, steel products, engineering products, freight and other cargo types. Right in the port include railroads and highways are wonderful, which are constantly evolving.
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