China - Tianjin


Tianjin Port, the largest man made sea and river port in mainland China, is located to the west of Bohai Bay, in the Pacific Ocean. The port is an important link in the transportation system connecting Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei Province. Tianjin Port is only 160km southeast of Beijing and forms a natural catchment area for economies based around the capital city. The port facility includes a 5 km squared Free Trade Zone within the port area, which transformed Tianjin into an important transport hub as well as an industrial centre. The main industrial sectors in the area include petrochemical industry, textiles, car manufacturing and mechanical industries.

Tianjin Orient Container Terminals Co., Ltd. (TOCT) commenced operations on January 1, 1999 as a co-operation with the Port of Tianjin Authority. The joint venture provides a full range of terminal services to its customers, including marine stevedoring, storage, intermodal services, container maintenance and fumigation, warehousing, container stuffing & unstuffing and various through transportation services. TOCT further offers electronic data interchange (EDI) services for shipping companies.

TOCT's stevedoring and storage services have been awarded the ISO 9002 international quality system certificate.


Tianjin Orient Container Terminal
TOCT Complex, Dongtudi
Xingang Tanggu
China, 300456
Tel: +86 22 2570 8800


Berths (no.) 4
Depth Alongside (m) 14
Terminal Area (ha) 47.9


Photograph of Tom Chen
Tom Chen
Managing Director