Here is the list of 10 top seaports with largest throughput, among which there are ports of 4 countries.


10th world’s top port: Dubai Port.

Throughput in 2018: 350 million tons.

In 1970, Dubai established the world's largest man-made port, which was called Belly Port. Nowadays it ha more than 100 shipping companies passing through and develops rapidly in road traffic construction and port construction. This port’s throughput is increasing year by year.


9th world’s top port: Qingdao Port.

Throughput in 2018: 380 million tons.

Qingdao Port has a very stable development and infrastructure. It has the largest crude oil and coal terminals in China. It is said that there are about 20 joint ventures, and 6 of which are the world's top 500 enterprises.


8th world’s top port: Suzhou Port.

Throughput in 2018: 400 million tons.

Suzhou Port is a multi-functional port for cargo transportation, loading, unloading and warehousing in domestic and foreign trade. It is an important part of international shipping. Its geographical location is very good, which makes its development very fast.


7th world’s top port: Guangzhou Port.

Throughput in 2018: 430 million tons.

Guangzhou Port is mainly engaged in loading and unloading of steel, grain, oil and other goods, as well as bonded business. It has a long history. During the Qin and Han Dynasties, it was an important port for foreign trade. China's maritime Silk Road also started from Guangzhou Port. It interacts with ports in the Yangtze River and can reach about 80 countries in the world, as well as the nearest large ports in Africa and Europe.


6th world’s top port: Busan Port, South Korea.

Throughput in 2018: 450 million tons.

The Busan Port often cooperates with China's Tianjin Port, with an annual trade of about 10 billion yuan. It includes more than 2,000 enterprises such as Samsung and Hyundai. The port trade also includes automobile tires, machinery, food, shipbuilding and automobiles.


5th world’s top port: Kwai Chung Container Terminal in Hong Kong.

Throughput in 2018: 490 million tons.

Kwai Chung Container Terminal has nine terminals and 24 berths. It is the main container logistics processing center in Hong Kong. It can berth the largest container ship, and it is one of the busiest ports in the world. It is also one of the most efficient container ports.


4th world’s top port: Tianjin Port.

Throughput in 2018: 500 million tons.

Tianjin is the largest foreign trade port in the north of China, with convenient transportation. Its main business includes passenger and freight transport, ship leading, commodity packaging and processing, oil supply and water supply for freight forwarding ships.


3rd world’s top port: Singapore Port.

Throughput in 2018: 600 million tons.

In recent years, Singapore Port has conducted business contacts with 580 business ports in more than 100 countries and regions around the world. Its main business is electronic products, oil refining and ship repair. Promote the rapid development of its economy.


2nd world’s top port: Shanghai Port.

Throughput in 2018: 630 million tons.

Shanghai is a fast growing and developing city both in economy and transportation as well as in financial industry. The port connects more than 10 cities all over the country. It is an important port for foreign transportation and export trade. Its main business includes loading and unloading, logistics, pilotage, sea-rail intermodal transport, and other waterway passenger transport services. The cargoes it operates include coal, metal ore, petroleum steel, machinery and equipment, etc.


1st world’s top port: Zhoushan Port, Ningbo city.

Throughput in 2018: 700 million tons.

Zhoushan Port is a port in Zhoushan City, Ningbo. At present, nearly 60 shipping routes have been opened. There are altogether eight major port areas, Shenjiamen, Laotangshan, Sijiao, Luhuashan, and so on. There are also 5.85 square kilometers of bonded areas. It is very convenient to enter and leave ports. It has business with many national ports, such as Hong Kong, Shanghai and Singapore.