Given the increasingly complex global economic and trade landscape, YANTIAN, as a world-class hub port in the Greater Bay Area, actively responds to changes in the market and gains insights into customer demands to be well prepared for the trade rebound.
Continuously Optimise ETB Policies
To better make shipping plans for terminal operations, warehousing and and logistics services in advance and secure customers' shipment, YANTIAN has recently adjusted the ETB policies again: The ETB-10 policy (within 10 days before the estimated date of berthing) for export laden containers will be extended further until 31 May 2023; offering customers the daily gate-in quota of 13,000 export laden containers, an increase of more than 8% year-on-year.
New Services to Buck the Trend
Although the U.S. shipping market show signs of volatility, YANTIAN has been communicating with shipping lines to enrich service network to cater to the emerging market demand. Since January this year, YANTIAN has received 4 new services, including 3 Asia services and 1 Australia service, to support the China-ASEAN economic and trade cooperations, driving regional economic development.
🚢 January 6
YANTIAN welcomed the inaugural call of CT3, the new Asia service of ZIM
CT3 calls at YANTIAN every Monday, connecting Laem Chabang, Bangkok of Thailand, Haiphong of Vietnam, and Yantian, attracting more importers and exporters of Southeast Asian ship their cargoes via Yantian Port, supporting the busy Europe and U.S. services in transit.
🚢 January 16
YANTIAN received the inaugural call of ZCAX, the new Australia service of ZIM
The ZCAX service calls at Yantian Port every Tuesday, following a port rotation of Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and YANTIAN. YANTIAN, as its last port of call in China, offers the fastest express service from South China to Sydney.
🚢 February 7
YANTIAN welcomed Maersk's Sealand I88, a new Asia service to Yantian Port
The I88 service calls at Yantian Port every Sunday, loaded with cargoes from Southeast Asia for shipment to Yokohama, Nagoya, Osaka, and Kobe. This is a new logistics gateway for direct sailing between South China and Japan.
🚢 February 19
IAE, the new Asia service of ONE, called at Yantian Port on its maiden voyage.
IAE is a dedicated YANTIAN-Haiphong service, which will accelerate the international trade between China and Vietnam.
As of today, joining hands with shipping lines, YANTIAN is able to provide about 100 international services, covering major trade routes to the East U.S., West U.S., Europe, Australia, and Asia, offering customers with more stable and diversified logistics solutions.
Expand Cargo Catchment Areas with Intermodal Service
Since the new year, YANTIAN has been working with all parties involved to establish new inland ports and port alliances. It opened YANTIAN's Inland Port in Chenzhou, Hunan Province on January 6, YANTIAN-Zhongshan Port Alliance on February 9, and will further upgrade service of YANTIAN's Inland Port in Changping, Dongguan in March. Through intermodal and feeder services, YANTIAN extends its hub port functions to a broader cargo hinterland to facilitate green transportation, achieve seamless connection between manufacturers and the port, and allow more enterprises to enjoy convenient port services at their doorstep.
New Equipment for a Smarter Port
In response to the call of green, low-carbon, and intelligent development, YANTIAN pushes forward the digital transformation in the East Port, Phases I, II, III & Expansion projects, and the West Port. On January 26 and February 17 respectively, 2 lightweight quay cranes and 8 remote-controlled RTGCs arrived at the terminal. The lightweight quay cranes are dedicatedly designed for feeders to allow them respond to the soaring operation demand, while the remote-controlled RTGCs not only improve the terminal operation efficiency, but also make the working environment safer. YANTIAN takes the initiative to use intelligent port equipment and facilities among ports in China, and plans to invest nearly CNY3 billion in purchasing 81 intelligent equipment such as remote-controlled quay cranes, RTGCs, and rail-mounted cranes to build a smarter port.
As a key gateway for export and import trade in South China, YANTIAN will stand together with our customers to respond to challenges brought by the changing international trade landscape. We will also keep working together with the port and shipping community to ensure the smooth and stable supply chain and industry chain in the Greater Bay Area, driving the stable and quality development of international trade in China.