About YICT

Yantian International Container Terminals (YICT) is a natural deep-water port and the leading gateway serving import and export container traffic generated by its immediate cargo hinterlands. With a total of 18 berths and a land area of 417 hectares, YICT has built up an extensive cargo base that attracts about 40 shipping lines providing approximately 100 weekly services to major ports worldwide.

YICT is a member of HPH Trust, the world's first container port business trust listed in Singapore. YICT is also a part of Hutchison Ports' global network of port and logistics operations, and continues to have access to services and resources enjoyed by companies within the HPH Group.

The HPH network of port operations covers 48 ports spanning 25 countries throughout Asia, the Middle East, Africa, Europe, the Americas and Australasia. Over the years, HPH has expanded internationally into other logistics and transportation-related businesses, including cruise ship terminals, airport operations, distribution centres, rail services, and ship repair facilities. In 2015, the HPH port network handled a combined throughput of 83.8 million TEU worldwide.

Key Facts
  • 18
    Container Berths
  • 417(hectares)
    Terminal Area
  • 83
    Quay Cranes
  • 232
    Gantry Cranes
  • 14-17.6(m)
    Depth Alongside
  • 17.6(m)
    Waterway Depth
  • 8,212(m)
    Quay Length