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Wuhan New Port Construction Investment and Development Group to close four terminals

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As a part of regional ports optimisation plan, Wuhan New Port Construction Investment and Development Group is set to demolish four terminals this week.

Central China Logistics Corporation, a subsidiary of the state-owned Wuhan New Port Construction Investment and Development Group, is co-operating with Wuhan local authorities to demolish four terminals operated by the company.

The project includes three cargo and passenger handling terminals located at Hanjiang district and one cargo handling terminal at Hanyang district, Wuhan.

Earlier this year, the city of Wuhan launched its port optimisation plans to improve port operation efficiency and environment along Yangtze river and Han river, a totalling of 103 terminals will be closed.

Read more: Wuhan to close over half of its terminals in port area optimisation

Wuhan New Port Construction Investment and Development Group, formerly known as Wuhan Jiaotong State Holding Group, was restructured and established in 2000 to better manage local port resources and develop Wuhan new port to be the largest inland river port in China.

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