The Chinese economy is the second-largest in the world and is heavily based on the agricultural and manufacturing sectors. Its economic growth is built on the low-cost of exporting machinery and equipment. The country is the world’s largest exporter of goods. The country is also the second largest importer country in the world. Therefore, the information below should provide you with details to progress foreign trade interests with the country through sea and air freights.
Foreign trade in China is a factor that complements its economy as the country exports most of its products from the major economic sectors and these exports include rice, cotton, vehicles, machinery, tea, electronic equipment, and clothing among others. As the 2nd largest importer country, it imports chemicals, iron ore, coal, electronics, machinery, vehicles, and more. China, therefore, engages in foreign trade with several countries including the US, Germany, Japan, Asia, Mexico and more.
The country holds a number of free trade agreements and has made its trade regulations less complex over the years which have greatly encouraged foreign trade and investments.
China oversees an extensive sea freight forwarding in most ports of the country, of which the biggest ones are described below:
This is the busiest port in China and in the world. It is located in Shanghai and was established in 1842 as a treaty port. It occupies an area of 3,619 square kilometers with a state-of-the-art infrastructure that handles over 40 million TEUs and more than 600 million tons of cargo per year.
The port has comprehensive road and rail connections.
Located in Guangdong Province in China, this port is the second busiest port in China and among the top 5 busiest ports in the world. It covers 260km of coastline and handles annual cargo tonnage exceeding 220 million tons and a container throughput amounting to more than 25 million TEUs.
The port has good rail and road links to other regions in the country.
This port was established in 2006 when Port of Ningbo and Port of Zhoushan merged to become one cargo-handling center. It is located in Zhejiang Province in China and handles a total annual cargo tonnage of 850 million tons with a container throughput amounting to 24.6 million TEUs.
The port’s major ground connections include good road and rail links.
Below describes an overview of air freight forwarding in major airports of China.
This is the busiest airport in China and 3rd busiest airport worldwide in terms of cargo traffic. It is located in Shanghai, China and spreads over an area of 3,988 hectares. It was established in 1999 and handles cargo tonnage of over 3.7 million metric tons annually.
The port is connected by rail and road to other regions of the country.
Located in Shunyi, Beijing in China, this airport was established in 1958. The airport occupies an area of 1,480 hectares and handles an annual cargo tonnage exceeding 2 million tons of cargo.
It has comprehensive rail and road connections to nearby regions within the country.
Located in Guangzhou City in Guangdong Province, China, this airport was first opened in 1932 and after relocating, it was opened in 2004. It is the 3rd busiest in China and among the top 20 busiest airports in the world by cargo traffic and handles over 1.8 million metric tons of cargo annually.
It is linked to other regions in the country through comprehensive rail and road transport.
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