Port of Incheon
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The Incheon Regional Maritime Affairs and Port Office is the port authority for the Port of Incheon and two other coastal ports in Yeonpyeongdo and Yonggipo. The port authority is responsible for constructing, managing, and operating the ports; maintaining the order of marine traffic; preserving the marine environment, and administering navigation aids. The port authority is a branch of South Korea's Ministry of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs. Several divisions within the Ministry have responsibility for port activities in Korea.

Within the Ministry of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs, the Seafarers Maritime Affairs and Safety Division licenses and registers sea transportation business in South Korea, registers ships, issues marine officers' licenses and seaman's pocket ledgers, ensures the welfare of crew, and diagnoses and examines workplaces and ships. The Port Logistics Division established port management plans, oversees the management and operations of port facilities and equipment, instructs pilots, provides port security, and operates and manages port information systems. The Marine Environment Division eliminates abandoned and sunken vessels inside the ports and manages and operates official marine patrols. The Maritime Traffic Facilities Division installs, maintains, and repairs navigation aids. The Planning and Investigation Division handles contracts and executes port budgets, procures and stores materials for port construction; approves port construction by non-official parties; and confirms research, statistics, reviews, and evaluations of port construction; and tests the quality of construction materials.

Also within the Ministry of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs, the Port Maintenance Division establishes and adjusts harbor construction plans; manages construction progress and safety of port facilities; operates and maintains port construction equipment; and supervises the safety of lock gate facilities. The Port Development Division establishes and adjusts the North Port development construction plan; inspects North Port construction and facility development; operates and maintains equipment used in North Port construction; establishes the action plan for and inspects construction of the Port of Incheon's new port development; manages the process and ensures safety for the Port of Incheon new port facilities; operates and maintains equipment for the Port of Incheon's new port construction, and manages the progress and safety of construction of North Port facilities.

The Incheon Regional Maritime Affairs and Port Office is located in the Port of Incheon's Inner Port. The port authority has jurisdiction over the Port of Incheon's Inner Port, North and South Port, New Port, and the Gyeong-In Port. Because it is near the growing economy of China, the Port of Incheon looks forward to its own potential growth. The Port of Incheon's Gyeong-In Ara Waterway enhances accessibility to Seoul and the capital area. When the container ports in the Port of Incheon are completed in 2013, the port may well become the best port in Korea and the Pan Yellow Sea region.

In 2010, the Port of Incheon served over 18 thousand vessels, including more than 15.5 thousand foreign vessels and almost 2.5 thousand Korean vessels. The vast majority (13.2 thousand) of these vessels traveled between Far East Asia and Korea.

In 2010, the Port of Incheon handled 149.8 million tons of cargo. The Port of Incheon exported 23 million tons and imported 126.8 million tons of cargo. Port of Incheon exports in 2010 included vehicles and parts (21.2%), textile fibers and articles (18.5%), refined petroleum products (15%), steel and steel products (11.1%), electronics (5.3%), machinery (4.5%), aircraft vessels and parts (2.8%), and miscellaneous cargoes (21.6%). Port of Incheon imports included petroleum and other gases (21.4%), sand (15.9%), refined petroleum products (9.5%), bituminous coal (7.9%), textile fibers and products (6.3%), grains (5.2%), steel and steel products (4.3%), and miscellaneous cargoes (29.5%).

The Port of Incheon handled about 1.9 million TEUs of containerized cargoes in 2010, including 917 thousand TEUs of exports and 986 thousand TEUs of imports. Of the total, almost 1.7 million TEUs were carried by foreign vessels. Exports of containerized cargo through the Port of Incheon in 2010 included textiles (33.9%), vehicles and parts (11.1%), electronics (10.4%), machinery and parts (6.9%), aircraft vessels and parts (5.6%), steel and steel products (3.7%), nonferrous metals (3.2%), and miscellaneous cargoes (26.3%). Imports arriving at the Port of Incheon in 2010 included textile fiber and articles (36.7%), electronics (15.6%), aircraft vessels and parts (8.3%), leather and leather goods (4.6%), machinery and parts (3.1%), chemical and industrial products (3%), steel and steel products (3%), and miscellaneous cargoes (26.2%). Of all containerized cargoes handled in the Port of Incheon in 2010, the vast majority was in foreign trade (only 45 thousand TEUs of coastal cargoes).

The Port of Incheon is the gateway for South Korea's largest economic region, Gyeongin. It plays a vital role in the economic growth of the region, and the Port of Incheon is a major employer in the metropolitan area. There are three anchorages in the Port of Incheon for vessels waiting to enter port, and there are 25 anchorages inside the Port of Incheon. The depth ranges from 2.5 to 20 meters, and ships up to 100 thousand DWT can berth there. Inbound vessels arriving at the Port of Incheon use the east waterway (Dongsudo), and outbound vessels use the west waterway (Seosudo).

The Port of Incheon's North Port is an industrial port. The North Port was developed to meet increasing demands on the Port of Incheon. Between 1995 and 2011, 17 new berths were developed in the North Port to manage raw materials and pollutant cargoes previously handled in the main Port of Incheon. Cargoes handled in the North Port include scrap iron, feed by-products, hardwood, scrap iron, and a variety of subsidiary raw materials.

The Inner Port in the Port of Incheon can dock 48 vessels at the same time. The Inner port is a multi-functional port with a complete pier for cars (Pier 5), grains (Pier 7), general cargo (Piers 1, 2, 3, 6, and 8), and Korea's first container pier (Pier 4). The Port of Incheon Newport is becoming the main logistics hub in the Yellow Sea region. When completed in 2020, the Port of Incheon Newport will be a state-of-the-art harbor with 30 berths covering 616 hectares and capacity for 27 million tons of cargo per year. The Port of Incheon Newport will handle and distribute both general cargo and containers.

In 2011, the Port of Incheon Newport contained five container piers with capacity for two thousand TEUs and one container pier with capacity for four thousand TEUs. By 2015, an additional five container berths with capacity for two thousand TEUs and two container piers with capacity for four thousand TEUs will be completed. By 2020, the Port of Incheon will add nine container piers with capacity for two thousand TEUs and one container pier with capacity for four thousand TEUs. In 2011, the Port of Incheon Newport had three piers with capacity for 20 thousand tons of general cargo. By 2015, the Port of Incheon will add one general cargo pier at Incheon Newport with capacity for 20 thousand tons. By 2020, the Port of Incheon Newport will add one 20-thousand tons capacity general cargo pier and two 50-thousand ton capacity piers for general cargo.

The Port of Incheon is executing a development plan for logistics complexes in North Port, South Port, Incheon Newport, and Yeongjongdo Island. When the development plan is fully completed, the Port of Incheon will able to handle 247 million tons of cargo per year. Currently operational, the Ah-Am Logistics Complex covers an area of 100 hectares and is used for container handling and logistics.

Also currently operational, the Chungra Back-up site in the Port of Incheon contains 17 hectares for open storage of general cargo. The 56.5-hectare North Port back-up site has been operating since 2011 as a wood processing and logistics complex. Logistics Complex 2 will be completed in 2014 and will add 262.5 hectares devoted to logistics services. Operational in 2016, the Port of Incheon Newport Site will contain 515 hectares for handling containers and logistics services. The 300-hectare Yeonglong Island back-up site will open in 2020 as a waterfront facility and ecological park.

Operated by Donghwa Company Ltd., the Port of Incheon North Port Pier 6 handles dust- and pollutant-free cargoes. Its quay is 1.2 kilometers (0.8 miles) long and has alongside depths from 7.5 to 12.5 meters (24.6 to 41.3 feet). The quay has six berths (one with capacity for 50 thousand tons, two with capacity for 30 thousand tons, one with capacity for 20 thousand tons, and two with capacity for five thousand tons). The Port of Incheon's Pier 6 has handling capacity for over 2.4 million tons of cargo per year, and it has a 10.4-hectare storage yard.

Within the Ah-am Logistics Complex 1, 15 companies currently operate facilities in the Port of Incheon. The complex contains 27.6 hectares of facilities for the processing of export and import cargo in the Port of Incheon. These facilities are operated by Korea China Logistics, Wooryun International Logistics, Sun-Change Logistics, DaeWoo Logistics, Sun Myung Ah-am Logistics, ICL1-Fine Trading, ICL2-Korea Express, and Fine Trading Company. There is also a 15-hectare container logistics base operated by Sung-Chang Logistics. Incheon Port Logistics Center operates a 1.8-hectare LCL Logistics Center, and SKCTA Company operates a 5.4-hectare Truck Complex Rest Stop. There are 1.7 hectares of facilities for food processing and logistics operated by EU Food Company. Seung Jin Corporation operates a 1.1-hectare empty container yard. There are also 2.9 hectares of refrigeration and cold warehouse facilities operated by Incheon Cold Plaza Company (Korean) and Hee Chang C&F Company.

The Ah-am Logistics Complex 2 will contain 262.5 hectares divided into seven zones that include areas for electronics, global brands, green industry, automobile parts, and many more commodities. The Port of Incheon's Ah-am Logistics Complex 2 will contain the International Logistics Complex, the Cargo Terminal, the Logistics Complex, and the Distribution Complex. During the first phase to be completed in 2014, 156.1 hectares will become operational. The second phase will be completed in 2016, bringing an additional 106.4 hectares.

  • Container terminals

Constructed in 1974 by private funding to handle containers exclusively, Pier 4 in the Port of Incheon's North Port is equipped with the latest cargo-handling equipment. In 2006, the GM Daewood KD Center further enhanced the important role played by Pier 4 in the Port of Incheon. The Pier 4 terminal is operated by Hanjin and Korea Express. Cargoes passing through Pier 4 include containers, grain, cars, and general goods. Pier 4 in the Port of Incheon boasts has berthing distance of 1180 meters (almost 3.9 thousand feet) with alongside depths from 11 to 11.5 meters (36.1 to 37.7 feet). The quay includes five berths that can accommodate one vessel each of 50-thousand, 40-thousand, 30-thousand, 20-thousand, and 10-thousand DWT, respectively. Pier 4 has loading capacity for over 11.4 million tons (including 640 thousand TEUs) of cargo per year. The Port of Incheon's Pier has a 30.6-hectare storage yard.

The Port of Incheon's South Port is dedicated to handling containers, although it also serves small- and medium-sized vessels including coastal cargo ships and barges. Preparing for Korea's reunification, the South Port will handle inter-Korean cargo as well.

The Port of Incheon Container Terminal is operated by PSA and has handling capacity for 900 thousand TEUs per year. The terminal has two berths, each with capacity for vessels of 40 thousand tons DWT. The Port of Incheon Container Terminal offers berthing distance of 600 meters (almost two thousand feet) with alongside depth of 14 meters (45.9 feet).

The Sun-Kwang Incheon Container Terminal (SICT) has capacity to handle 500 thousand TEUs per year. Operated by the Sun-Kwang Company, the SICT in the Port of Incheon has two berths, each of which can accommodate vessels of 18 thousand tons DWT. The SICT has berthing distance of 407 meters (over 1.3 thousand feet) with alongside depth of 11 meters (36.1 feet).

Dedicated to containers, the Korea Express Pier in the Port of Incheon has capacity to handle 120 thousand TEUs per year. Each of its two berths can accommodate vessels of five thousand DWT. The Port of Incheon Korea Express Pier berthing distance of 225 meters (738 feet) with alongside depth of 7.5 meters (24.6 feet).

The Port of Incheon's E1 Container Terminal has one berth that can accommodate vessels of 30 thousand DWT. With capacity to handle 300 thousand TEUs per year, the E1 Container Terminal in the Port of Incheon has berthing distance of 259 meters (850 feet) with alongside depth of 12 meters (39.4 feet).

  • Bulk and breakbulk terminals

Specializing in handling iron, the Port of Incheon's Hyundai-Steel Pier in the North Port is 560 meters (more than 1.8 thousand feet) long with alongside depth of 14 meters (45.9 feet), and it can accommodate two 50-thousand DWT vessels. The Dongkuk-Steel Iron Pier in the Port of Incheon also handles iron, and the quay is 270 meters (886 feet) long with alongside depth of 14 meters (45.9 feet). It can accommodate one 50-thousand DWT vessel. Finally, the North Port in the Port of Incheon contains the Lumber Pier which can accommodate two 20-thousand DWT vessels at its 450-meter (1.5-thousand-foot) long quay with alongside depth of 11 meters (36.1 feet).

The Port of Incheon's Inner Port contains Piers 1, 2, and 3 that handle a variety of cargoes like steel, feed byproducts, logs, and general goods. Pier 1 has a 1964-meter (over 6.4-thousand-foot) quay with alongside depths from 8.2 to 11.8 meters (26.9 to 11.8 feet). Pier 1 in the Port of Incheon contains 11 berths. One berth can accommodate vessels of 50 thousand DWT. Two can accommodate vessels of 35 thousand DWT, four can accommodate vessels of 4.5 thousand DWT, one can accommodate vessels of three thousand DWT, and three can accommodate vessels of two-thousand DWT. Pier 1 has capacity to handle over 3.8 million tons of cargo per year, and it contains 15.5 hectares storage yards and 1.1 hectares of transit sheds. Pier 1 is a public terminal operated by Youngjin Enterprise and Chungmyung.

Pier 2 in the Inner Port at the Port of Incheon handles cargoes of steel and produce. With capacity to handle almost 5.6 million tons of cargo per year, the Port of Incheon's Pier 2 terminal is operated by Pier 2 Operation Company (jointly Wooryun and Dongbang). With a total quay length of 1278 meters (almost 4.2 thousand feet) and alongside depths from 8.2 to 11.8 meters (26.9 to 38.7 feet), Pier 2 has seven berths that can accommodate one 30-thousand DWT, two 20-thousand DWT, and eight four-thousand DWT vessels. The Port of Incheon's Pier 2 has a 7.6 hectare storage yard and 5.3 hectares of transit sheds.

The Pier 3 Terminal in the Port of Incheon handles steel, produce, and general cargo. Operated by Pier 3 Operation Company (jointly Hanjin, Dongbu, and Sebang), the Port of Incheon's Pier 3 Terminal can handle over 3.9 million tons of cargo per year. It has 1250 meters (4.1 thousand feet) of quay with alongside depths from 8.1 to 11.8 meters (26.9 to 38.7 feet). Pier 3 has seven berths that can accommodate one 20-thousand DWT, two ten-thousand DWT, and four eight-thousand DWT vessels. Pier 3 in the Port of Incheon has 5.8 hectares of storage yard and two hectares of transit sheds.

Pier 7 in the Port of Incheon's North Port handles some 30% of the grains imported by the Port of Incheon. Its 1216-meter (almost four thousand foot) quay can accommodate four 50-thousand DWT vessels at the same time. With alongside depths from 12 to 14 meters (39.4 to 45.9 feet), the pier's four berths can each accommodate vessels to 50 thousand DWT. Pier 7 in the Port of Incheon is equipped with six unloaders and belt conveyors, and a 450-thousand ton capacity silo is attached to the pier. The Port of Incheon's Pier 7 has annual handling capacity for 6.7 million tons of cargo. The Port of Incheon's Pier 7 has an over two acre storage yard. The Port of Incheon's public Pier 7 terminal is operated by Korea Silo and TBT.

Also in the Port of Incheon's North Port, the Pier 8 Terminal can berth four 50-thousand DWT vessels at the same time at its 1152-meter (3.8 thousand foot) long quay with alongside depth of 11.5 meters (37.7 feet). The Port of Incheon's Pier 8 has loading capacity for more than 3.6 million tons of produce per year, it is has of 1.2 hectares of sheds and 11 hectares of open storage. Built to handle salt and raw sugar, Pier 8 has five unloaders for produce. In 2006, the Port of Incheon's Pier 8 was revamped so that it does not generate dust. Pier 8 Operation Company Ltd. (a joint venture between the Youngjin Enterprise and Korea Express) and Daejoo Heavy Industries Company Ltd. operate the Pier 8 Terminal.

The Port of Incheon's South Port contains another 20 piers and quays handling a variety of cargoes from chemicals to cement and sand, coal, oil, liquefied petroleum and natural gas, and containers. Handling chemicals, the Han-il Tank Dolphin is 29 meters (95.1 feet) long with alongside depth of 7 meters (23 feet), and it can accommodate a three-thousand DWT vessel.

Four Port of Incheon dolphins handle cement, and each of them can accommodate one 10 thousand DWT vessel. The Ssangyong cement Dolphin is 186 meters (610 feet) long with alongside depth of 10 meters (32.8 feet). The RH Cement Dolphin and the Dongyang Cement Dolphin are each 188 meters (616.8 feet) long alongside depth of 9 meters (29.5 feet). The Hanil Daewoo Cement Dolphin is 200 meters (656.2 feet) long.

The Hanjin Pier in the Port of Incheon's North Port can handle 682 thousand tons of general cargo per year. Its 210-meter (689-foot) berth with alongside depth of 11 meters (36.1 feet) can accommodate one 20-thousand ton vessel. Also in the North Port of the Port of Incheon is the Hanjin Heavy Industries & Construction Pier which handles wood and general cargo. This Hanjin pier has berthing distance of 560 meters (1837 feet) with alongside depth of 14 meters (45.9 feet) and has capacity to handle 1.9 million tons of cargo per year.

The South Port Sand Pier in the Port of Incheon specializes in cargoes of sand, and all berths have a depth of four meters. The 465 meter (1.5 thousand foot) long quay can accommodate five three thousand DWT vessels. The 82 meter (269 foot) long quay can handle one three thousand DWT vessel, and the 375 meter (1.2 thousand foot) long quay can handle four three thousand DWT and one two thousand DWT vessels.

  • Oil / Liquid terminals

Currently located in the North Port are 11 facilities to handle crude oil, refined oil, and chemicals. The Port of Incheon's Oil Dolphin are six berths with 5-, 20-, 50-, 60-, 75-, and 200-ton capacity, depths from 4.5 to 26 meters (14.8 to 85.3 feet), and 1657 square meters (17.8 thousand square feet) of open storage. Also handling oil-related cargoes are six wharves.The Korea Electric Power Company oil dolphin can accommodate vessels to 20 thousand DWT and has berthing distance of 240 meters (787.4 feet) with alongside depth of 10 meters (32.8 feet).

In the Port of Incheon's North Port, the Incheon Oil Refinery Company Dolphin 1 handles crude and refined oil in the North Port. Accommodating vesselse to 75 thousand DWT, this Port of Incheon dolphin has berthing distance of 240 meters (787.4 feet) with alongside depth of 16 meters (52.5 feet). Accommodating vessels to 60 thousand DWT, the Port of Incheon Oil Refinery Company Dolphin 2 handles refined oil and chemicals. Dolphin 2 has berthing distance of 390 meters (1279.5 feet) with alongside depth of 14 meters (45.9 feet). Handling crude and refined oil, the Port of Incheon Oil Refinery Dolphin 3 can accommodate vessels to 100 thousand DWT. This Port of Incheon dolphin in the North Port has berthing distance of 485 meters (1591 feet) with alongside depth of 15 meters (49.5 feet). Korean Air Dolphin in the Port of Incheon's North Port handles oils and can accommodate vessels of 50 thousand DWT. It has berthing distance of 315 meters (1033.5 feet) with alongside depth of 17 meters (55.8 feet).

In the North Port, the Port of Incheon's Dongbu Multi-purpose Pier has berths for three 50-thousand DWT vessels at its 849-meter (almost 2.8 thousand foot) long quay with alongside depth of 14 meters (45.9 feet).

In the South Port in the Port of Incheon, two dolphins are devoted to handling oil and liquefied petroleum gas. The SK Dolphin, at 340 meters (1115 feet) long with alongside depth of 11 meters (36.1 feet), can accommodate vessels to 40 thousand DWT. The S-Oil Dolphin is 218 meters (715 feet) long with alongside depth of 11 meters (36.1 feet), and it can handle vessels to 20 thousand DWT.

The Coal Pier in the Port of Incheon's South Port handles both coal and oil. Handling vessels to 100 thousand DWT, its quay is 240 meters (787.4 feet) long. Handling liquefied petroleum gas, the E1 Dolphin is 340 meters (1115 feet) long with alongside depth of 14 meters (45.9 feet), and it can handle one 55 thousand DWT vessel.

Korea Gas Company uses two dolphins that are each 420 meters (1378 feet) long with alongside depth of 14 meters (45.9 feet). Handling liquefied natural gas, Dolphin 1 can accommodate one 75 thousand DWT vessel, and Dolphin 2 can handle one 127 thousand DWT vessel.

The South Port in the Port of Incheon also caters to small- and medium-sized vessels, particularly coastal cargo ships. The South Port is expected to handle inter-Korea cargo upon unification of the two Koreas. The Oil Dolphin at the Port of Incheon's South Port contains 39 berths with alongside depths from 4 to 14 meters (13.1 to 45.9 feet), and the berths can accommodate vessels from 500 to 127 thousand DWT. The Oil Dolphin includes over 120 hectares of open storage.

  • Ro/Ro terminals

The Port of Incheon's Pier 5 is used exclusively for vehicles and general cargo. Its 1150 meter (3773 feet) quay has a depth of 12.5 meters (41 feet), and it contains four berths that can each handle a 50-thousand DWT vessel. Pier 5 in the Port of Incheon has handling capacity for almost 7.6 million tons of cargo per year. It includes almost 4.5 thousand square meters of shed and over 17.8 hectares of open storage and a one-acre transit shed. Sun-Kwang and Korea Express operate the Port of Incheon's Pier 5 terminal.

  • Cruise terminals

The Port of Incheon's International Passenger Terminal 1 contains a 2.8-acre terminal facility and 2.4 acres of waterfront. The Port of Incheon's first International Passenger Terminal is four-story terminal building. The first floor contains the lobby, ticket office, baggage agency, and disaster prevention room. The second floor of the passenger terminal contains the entry lounge, waiting room, and communication room. The third floor of the Port of Incheon's International Passenger Terminal 1 contains the departure lounge, duty-free shop, and waiting room. The fourth floor contains shipping company offices and related agencies. The three-story parking garage has capacity for 315 cars. The first International Passenger Terminal in the Port of Incheon contains three piers. Pier 1 has berthing distance of 184 meters (603.7 feet) with alongside depth of 7.5 meters (24.6 feet). Pier 2 has berthing distance of 203 meters (666 feet) with alongside depth of 9.5 meters (31.2 feet). Pier 3 has berthing distance of 270 meters (885.8 feet) with alongside depth of 9.5 meters (31.2 feet). The Ferry Pier in the Port of Incheon's South Port is 184 meters (603.7 feet) long with alongside depth of 7.5 meters (24.6 feet), and it can handle one ten thousand DWT vessel.

The Second International Passenger Terminal in the Port of Incheon covers a total 5.7 acres and contains a 2.5-acre terminal building. The parking garage at the terminal has capacity for 329 cars. Berth 13 in this Port of Incheon passenger terminal has berthing distance of 160 meters (525 feet) with alongside depth of 9 meters (29.5 feet). Berth 14 has berthing distance of 156.5 meters (513.4 feet) with alongside depth of 8.5 meters (27.9 feet). Berth 25 has berthing distance of 165 meters (541.3 feet) with alongside depth of 9 meters (29.5 feet). Berth 40 has berthing distance of 225 meters (738.2 feet) with alongside depth of 11 meters (36.1 feet).

The Port of Incheon is currently building a new international passenger ferry terminal. Located at the Ah-am Logistics Complex 2, the new terminal will have eight berths, a convention center, and several hotels. By 2020, the new international passenger terminal in the Port of Incheon will have ten berths, including two berths dedicated to cruise traffic.

The Port of Incheon's First Terminal Korea-China Car Ferry Route supports six ferry vessels traveling between the Port of Incheon and destinations in China. The Dandong Ferry has capacity to carry 599 passengers and 128 TEUs of containerized cargo on the 16-hour route between the Port of Incheon and Dandong. The Da-In Ferry can carry 450 passengers and 142 TEUs on the 16-hour route between the Port of Incheon and Dalian. The Yingkou Ferry has capacity for 394 passengers and 228 TEUs for its 24-hour route between the Port of Incheon and Yingkou. The Qinin Ferry can carry 348 passengers and 228 TEUs on the 23 hour route to Qinhuangdao. The Hanjoong Ferry carries 392 passengers and 293 TEUs on the 15-hour route with Yantai. The Huadong Ferry can carry one thousand passengers and 253 TEUs on the 15-hour route between the Port of Incheon and Shidao.

The Second Terminal for the Korea-China Car Ferry Route in the Port of Incheon hosts four routes. The Lianyungang Ferry can accommodate 392 passengers and 293 TEUs of containerized cargo on the 24-hour route between the Port of Incheon and Lianyungang. The Wiedong Ferry operates two routes. The 13-hour Port of Incheon-Weihai route vessel can accommodate 731 passengers and 252 TEUs. The 16-hour Port of Incheon-Qingdao route vessel carries 660 passengers and 280 TEUs. The Jinchon Ferry carries 800 passengers and 274 TEUs on the 24-hour route between the Port of Incheon and Tianjin.

The Coastal Passenger Pier in the Port of Incheon was built in 1995. The modern lobby and facility serves 17 ships on 13 coastal routes.

  • Port services

The Port of Incheon Free Trade Zone has three divisions. In the Port of Incheon's Inner Port, Piers 1 through 8 cover an area of over 170 hectares and contain 161 lots. The ICT Container Terminal in the Port of Incheon covers almost 24 hectares, and the Pier 4 backyard covers almost 47 hectares and includes 53 lots.

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