Heijin Yokohama Port
Heijin Yokohama Port established in 1859, the oldest port in Japan. It is one of Japan’s largest ports and the second busiest port. It is located in Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture.
The port is located on the Pacific coast of Japan and is a central hub for container shipping. major towns near Heijin Yokohama Port include Kawasaki, Yokohama, Sagamihara, Odawara, Yamato, Ebina, Ayase, Machida, Hachioji and Chofu. Heijin Yokohama Port handles a large volume of container traffic and is one of the busiest ports in the world. Today, it covers an area of over 2,000 hectares and is capable of handling over 20 million TEUs of cargo annually.
Heijin Yokohama Port is served by a network of highways, railways, and waterways. It is also home to many container terminals, including the Yokohama International Container Terminal and the Tokyo International Container Terminal.
Heijin Yokohama Port is an essential part of the Japanese economy and a key trade and investment driver. The port is also a significant contributor to the city of Yokohama’s economy, employing over 60,000 people.
There are a few requirements when exporting and importing through Heijin Yokohama Port. First, all products must be appropriately labeled with the country of origin. Additionally, all products must be accompanied by the necessary paperwork, including a commercial invoice and packing list. Finally, all shipments must be adequately insured.
All shipments must comply with Japanese customs regulations. To export/import from Japan, you must submit a customs declaration form and supporting documentation to Japanese customs. You will also need to pay any applicable taxes and duties.