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กTrading Hub of East Asia
กKeystone
กPresent State of Naha Port
กViability of Naha Port Container Transshipment Port
กTerminal Operated by a Wholly Private Corporation
กFacility Overview of International Container Terminal
กPilot and Tug Service at Naha Port
กLogistics Hub Development by Public Offering
กUndersea Tunnel Linking Sea and Air
กFree Trade ZoneiFTZj
กExclusive Berth for Cruise Ships
กResort Okinawa
กWorld Heritage
กTourist Spots
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In order to consider a transshipment container terminal at Naha Port as a viable option, it must produce economic benefits in terms of container logistics. China's economic growth is directly linked to the massive traffic of container cargos in the East Asian region, and it is only expected to increase in the future.Targeting this ever-increasing cargo traffic, Naha Port will have to promote itself as a transshipment port and encourage existing direct routes from Chinese coastal ports to North America and Europe to transit through Naha. This way, shipping companies can minimize the number of days in operation per route of expensive mother ships on U.S. and Europe routes, and even reduce the number of such ships in operation. We believe that the cost of transshipment through Naha Port is highly competitive compared with direct transport methods, even after taking account the effect of feeder transport by small vessels.Our current volume of 73,000TEU is expected to increase up to approximately 600,000TEU by thelate 2010s, including over 400,000TEU of transshipment.
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21 Tondo-cho,Naha,Okinawa, 900-0035 Japan
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