Well established port infrastructure and Strategic location with superb connectivity
Hong Kong Port comprises the Kwai Tsing Container Terminals with nine terminals run by five experienced private-sector operators and a variety of cargo handling facilities, including the River Trade Terminal, anchorages and other private berths.
Situated on the Far East trade routes at the centre of the fast-developing Asia-Pacific Basin, Hong Kong Port is a preferred hub port in the region. Located at the gateway of South China, Hong Kong Port attracts a large number of cargos to and from South China by land or river every day.
The Hong Kong Port provides frequent and comprehensive liner shipping services with over 300 international container liner services per week connecting to nearly 500 destinations worldwide. China’s Belt and Road Initiative covers over 150 countries. Hong Kong Port has water cargo movements to and from some 90 of them.
As one of the busiest container ports in the world, Hong Kong Port has the capacity to handle over 20 million twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs) of containers a year. In 2022, it handled nearly 17 million TEUs.
Connected to the world with world-class international airport
HKIA is the world’s busiest international cargo gateway. In 2022, there were more than 120 airlines connecting Hong Kong to around 150 destinations worldwide (including about 19 destinations in the Mainland).