Being the biggest international commercial port in central Taiwan, the port is bounded by Dajia River to the north and Dadu River to the south, covering a vast area of more than 4,000 hectares with its hinterland stretching over seven cities and counties in central Taiwan. To achieve the success of global logistics management, the Port of Taichung sets up a FTZ(Free Trade Zone) of more than 600 hectares and offers the advantages of low-level customs intervention, in-depth processing, bonded system, tax incentives, minimal administrative requirements, and relaxed labor restrictions.
At a glance
- Berthing Facilities — 58 wharves with a total length of 14,695 meters (individually ranging from 145 to 412 meters). Terminal uses include grain, general, bulk and heavy lift cargo, cement, containers, passenger, waste iron, coal and LNG. Depths range from 9 to 18 meters.
No.2, Sec. 3, Zhongqi Rd.
Wuqi Dist., Taichung City 43501
Rong-Cong Chen, Vice President & CEO
Board of Directors:
Hsien-Yi Lee, Chairman
Shao-Liang Chen, President