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Port of Rizhao

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Port of Rizhao

Port of Rizhao (日照港)
Country People's Republic of China
Location Rizhao, Shandong Province,
Type of harbor Natural Deep-water Seaport
Available berths 46 (2012)
Annual cargo tonnage 284,000,000 metric tons (2012)
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The Port of Rizhao is a natural deep-water seaport on the coast of the city of Rizhao, Shandong Province, People's Republic of China, located on the southern shore of Shandong Peninsula, opening to the Yellow Sea. It has 46 deep-water berths in two main port areas (Lanzhao Port Area and Shijiu Port Area). In 2012 it reached a throughput of 284 million metric tons, making it the tenth busiest port in China.[1]


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