Kaohsiung Port is Taiwan’s largest international commercial harbor. In addition to serving as a container transshipment hub port, she is also the major port in Taiwan for the import and export of bulk cargo. International manufacturing, commerce and shipping trends point to Taiwan currently transitioning from a service-intensive industrial to knowledge-based industrial economy.
The government is actively promoting the Port of Kaohsiung’s emergence as a key transshipment center for Asia-Pacific container shipping and for global logistics. Major recent government infrastructure works that are streamlining port operations include: a new viaduct expressway project, development of the new Passenger Terminal, the Nanxing (South Star) Land Development Project, and the construction of a new Kaohsiung Port area sewage treatment system.
At a glance
- Lingya — 11 berths, ranging in length from 120.15 metres to 180.2 metres with depths from 9 to 10.5 metres for general cargo.
- Penglai — 11 berths, ranging in length from 120.15 to 250.27 metres with depths from 5 to 10.5 metres for bulk cargo, passenger and water recreation.
- Yencheng — 5 berths, ranging in length from 160.54 to 378.28 metres with depths from 4.5 to 9 metres for general cargo, passenger and water recreation.
- First Container — 32 berths, ranging in length from 183.6 to 298.3 metres with depths from 10 to 11 metres for liquefied goods, general cargo, bulk cargo, gross goods and logs.
- Second Container — 8 berths, ranging in length from 150.75 to 408.5 metres with depths from 6.5 to 14.5 metres for bulk cargo and containers.
- Third Container — 6 berths, ranging in length from 300 to 329.9 metres with depths from 14 to 15.5 metres for containers, grain and bulk cargo.
- Fourth Container – – 8 berths, ranging in length from 276.86 to 336.26 metres with depths from 14 to 17.6 metres for containers.
- Fifth Container — 8 berths, ranging in length from 120 to 355 metres with depths from 13 to 15 metres for general cargo and containers.
- Phase 1 – Port of Kaohsiung Intercontinental Container Terminal — 4 berths with a length of 375 metres and depth of 17.6 metres for containers.
- Warehouse Facilites — There are 69 warehouses and transit sheds with a total capacity of 936,089 tons, along with 12 outdoor yards that have a total capacity of 41,012 tons.
No.62.Linhai 2nd Road,
Gushan District, Kaohsiung,
Taiwan 804002, R.O.C
Chin-Jung Wang, Vice President and CEO
Board of Directors:
Hsien-Yi Lee, Chairman
Shao-Liang Chen, President