Shenzhen Port is one of the busiest ports in China. The port is located in the Pearl River Delta, at the southern tip of mainland China. Shenzhen is also one of the fastest-growing cities in China. Significant towns near Shenzhen port are Dongguan, Foshan, Guangzhou, Zhongshan, and Zhuhai. The port of Shenzhen is a deep-water port that can accommodate large vessels. The port is well-equipped with modern facilities and equipment. Shenzhen is a central hub for container shipping in China. The port handles a large volume of container traffic. Shenzhen is also an important center for the manufacture of electronic goods. The city is home to many of China’s leading electronic companies. The port of Shenzhen is an essential gateway for trade between China and the rest of the world. The port handles a large volume of trade between China and other countries.
Shenzhen Port has five container terminals, three general cargo terminals, one roll-on/roll-off terminal, and one bulk terminal. The port is serviced by over 100 shipping lines and has a capacity of over 25 million TEUs.
For exports, the exporter must go through customs declaration, pay taxes and fees, pack and mark the goods, apply for inspection and quarantine, get a certificate of origin and export license, and then transport the goods to the port of export.
For imports, the importer must go through customs declaration, pay taxes and fees, unload and transport the goods, inspect and quarantine, register and file the goods, and then transport the goods to the destination. If the goods are not allowed to be imported, the importer must go through the procedures for return or destruction.
Coordinates22º 31′ 1” N, 114º 1′ 43” E
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