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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
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
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he Naha Port Authority will take advantage of Naha Port's geographical advantages to develop it as an international logistics hub and a node of international logistics, drawing traffic from various locations.
@Naha Port already boasts 24 domestic routes to major Japanese cities including Tokyo, Nagoya, Osaka and Hakata. Naha International Airport, located next to the port, is the gateway to Okinawa - Japan's largest marine resort destination - for visitors arriving by air. More than five million tourists visit the prefecture every year. The rich network features 21 flights per day to Tokyo, and connection to 23 other cities in Japan as well as 4 major foreign cities (Taipei, Shanghai, Seoul, and Manila).
Behind the international container terminal is a 7.7ha port-owned land, which is adjacent to the wharf for domestic cargos, located on the east side. The Naha Port Authority is going to lease the land to private corporations through public offering, to improve Naha Port's international logistics capabilities and benefit from its synergistic effects with the Naha Port International Container Terminal.
An underwater tunnel is currently under construction that will link Naha Port and Naha International Airport. The tunnel should significantly improve the synergy between the port and the airport (expected to open in 2011). Also, to accommodate the increasing number of tourists, an airport expansion plan that includes a second runway is being deliberated, which should enhance the airport's logistics capabilities dramatically.
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There is a free trade zone of 2.6ha next to Naha Airport, and another special free trade zone of 122ha located at Nakagusuku Bay, 15km away from Naha Port. Business in these zones are granted special privileges, such as investment tax exemption and special amortization policies in the free trade zone; a reduced corporation tax rate in the special free trade zone also. As East Asia's logistics hub, Naha Port is looking into the possibilities of introducing similar free trade policies to promote the logistics industry.
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21 Tondo-cho,Naha,Okinawa, 900-0035 Japan
TEL:+81-98-868-4544 FAX:+81-98-862-4233
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