Hong Kong, with a total of 20.76 million TEUs, ranked sixth in 2017 among global ports in terms of container throughput. Currently, it has more than 80 international liners offering container liner services for about 500 times per week and connecting the Port of Hong Kong to over 500 ports of destination around the world.
The international operation team in Hong Kong has 30 years' experience of procurement and trade in the international food & beverage industry. It is able to closely connect with global providers of quality resources.
Deep-water Port of Nansha, Guangzhou --- category-1 port of China:
The Port of Guangzhou is the only passage for Guangzhou to reach the sea. With a maximum anchorage capacity of 300,000 tons, it can meet the requirements of the world's largest container ship to enter and leave the port. It ranked seventh in 2017 among global ports in terms of container throughput, totaling 20.1 million TEUs, of which the Nansha Port boasted 13.9 million TEUs, up 10.5% year-on-year. As of April 2018, there were 89 international routes covering 70 countries and over 200 ports across the globe.
One-hour traffic circle:
It is located in the geometric center of the Pearl River Delta (Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Great Bay Area)
11 cities within a 100-km radius of Nansha District
With the opening of the Shenzhen-Zhongshan Bridge (expected in 2024), it will only take 20 minutes to drive from Nansha District to Shenzhen or Zhongshan City.