Haikou Port
Haikou Port and Port Klang have signed an agreement to become sister ports on November 11th, as part of the Hainan government’s plan to help revitalize the ancient maritime Silk Road.

The two ports will cooperate in various fields including shared shipping lanes, logistics, information exchange, and talent training.

Both of them are key ports in the development of the "Maritime Silk Road.” Port Klang, the largest port in Malaysia, is one of the important commercial hubs between the Far East and Europe. Currently, Port Klang has established sister port partnerships with seven ports in China including Ningbo, Tianjin, Shanghai, Fuzhou, Xiamen, and Guangzhou.

Haikou Port is the most important hub in the Beibu Gulf Economic Zone. In 2014, Haikou Port’s container throughput reached 1.36 million boxes.



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