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mardi 1 mars 2022

China’s lead in the logistic business

 China is the world's largest container ship exporter, produces eight out of 10 new containers, is the largest container shipbuilder and operates the fourth largest liner. It's no surprise that China overwhelmingly dominates the world's container port rankings - and with booming maritime trade, that its number of ports has reached a new high.

Alphaliner released its annual ranking of the world's top 30 container ports by volume last week. Among the top 10, nine are Asian, including seven in China: Shanghai, Ningbo-Zhoushan, Shenzhen, Guangzhou-Nansha, Qingdao, Tianjin and Hong Kong.

The top 30 ports handled 450 million twenty-foot equivalent units in 2021, up 6.5% year-on-year. In 2020, the first year of the pandemic, growth was only 0.6%.

Asian megaports, which have long left their competitors in the dust, received 77% of the total top 30 last year, with China alone handling almost half: 47%. Long-time defending champion Shanghai "continued to build its lead" and "has now widened a gap of nearly 10 million TEUs over its closest competitor, Singapore," Alphaliner said.

Far behind are the ports of Europe, which generate 12% of the volumes of the top 30 ports, the United States with 8% and the Middle East with 3%. The United States has three ports in the rankings: Los Angeles/Long Beach at No. 10, New York/New Jersey at No. 18, and Savannah, Georgia, at No. 10.


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