According to Xinhua News Agency, Hangzhou, July 11th, July 11th is China’s 12th nautical day. The reporter learned from the China Navigation Day Forum that as of the end of the “Twelfth Five-Year Plan”, China has a shipping fleet with a capacity of 160 million DWT, ranking third in the world; 2207 berths with a capacity of over 10,000 tons and a capacity of 7.9 billion Ton.
He Jianzhong, deputy director of the Ministry of Transport, said at the China Navigation Day Forum held in Ningbo on the 11th that it is necessary to strengthen the construction of maritime soft power, from a “throughput” shipping center to a “fixed-rule” shipping center. He Jianzhong said that China will revise the “International Maritime Regulations”, increase efforts to crack down on vicious competition, build a market credit system, and improve the government’s “one window” administrative approval and information service platform.
According to the statistics of the Ministry of Transport, during the “Twelfth Five-Year Plan” period, China’s management and maintenance of coastal navigation standards reached 14,095, achieving full coverage of the water safety communication system and ship dynamic monitoring key waters, ensuring the safe, healthy and orderly development of the shipping industry.
In 2015, China’s ports completed cargo throughput of 12.75 billion tons and container throughput of 212 million TEUs, ranking first in the world for many years. The port cargo throughput reached 32 million tons, and among the top ten in terms of world port cargo throughput and container throughput, China’s mainland ports accounted for 7 seats and 6 seats respectively. Ningbo Zhoushan Port and Shanghai Port ranked the world respectively. One.
Post time: Dec-15-2018