Chinese ports handled 295.87 million TEUs of containers in 2022, which grew 4.7% from the previous year and set a new yearly record, according to the nation’s transport ministry. Coastal ports were responsible for 260.73 million TEUs, up 4.6%, while the remaining 35.15 million TEUs were moved to and from inland river ports, up 5.2%.

As for volumes at major ports, Shanghai processed 47.3 million TEUs, up 0.6%, holding the largest share of the pie. Ranked second was Ningbo-Zhoushan, which handled 33.35 million TEUs, up 7.3%. Shenzhen finished in third place, to and from which 30.04 million TEUs were carried, up 4.4%. Containers to and from Qingdao swelled 8.3% to 25.67 million TEUs, helping the port take the No. 4 spot. At the bottom of the top five was Guangzhou, which processed 24.6 million TEUs, up 1.7%. Including these, the ranking of the top 10 ports remained unchanged from 2021.




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