Tianjin Lingang Port to add a roro terminal

Tianjin Lingang Port to add a roro terminal

Shanghai: Tianjin Lingang Port Group is expected to start operation of a new automobile roro terminal at its Dagu port area by the end of 2015, an official from the group told Splash at Breakbulk China in Shanghai.

The terminal will have an annual capacity of 50,000 cars.

Tianjin Lingang Port has been increasing its investment on the breakbulk operation at the Dagu port area. According to the official, the heavylift cargo operation is gaining momentum at the port.

“Now Dagu port area has become the largest export port for wind power equipment in north China. Last year we have exported more than 2,000 wind power blades and we expect the number to grow this year,” the official said.

Jason Jiang

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