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Another Shandong port set to rise

Another Shandong port set to rise

Qingdao: Dongying port in China's Shandong province will become a large port with annual cargo throughput of 100 million tons within the next fourteen years, according to Song Yingzhang, vice director of the Dongying Port Development and Management Committee. Two 30,000-ton multi-purpose terminals will be established in the first phase of Dongying port, which are expected to become operational by the end of 2007. By the end of 2010, the cargo throughput of Dongying port will hit 35 million tons. Starting from 2010, container terminals, coal products terminals and ore products terminals will all be established at the port. Dongying port is located in the Yellow River Delta Region in the northern part of Shandong province, close to the Beijing-Tianjin-Tanggu Economic Area, and the port cities of Yantai and Qingdao.  [23/08/06]

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