Harbor Plan

To enhance the competitiveness of local industries by reducing logistics costs, a multi-purpose international terminal with a water depth of 12m was built in the main harbor district to respond to the increasing ship size and the transition of cargo being stored in containers. While encouraging ship transport that allow large amount of shipment, there are dock with water depth of 7.5m and 5.5m in the East harbor district to respond to increasing demand in internal trade.

Main harbor district Pier with water depth of 12m 1 berth length 240m Facility to dock ships. For international trade.
Breakwater Length 300m Facility to make the harbor more pleasant
Anchorage Water depth 12m Area to change the direction of ships
Area for pier Area 6ha Area to unload and store cargo
Area for harbor related facilities Area 3.4ha Area for building storehouse of related companies
Harbor road two-lanes Road for transporting cargo in the dock
Road that connect the harbor and the region
East harbor district Pier 1 berth length 130m Facility to dock ships. For internal trade.
(For transporting emergency supplies during large scale disasters)
Pier with water depth of 5.5m 1 berth length 100m Facility to dock ships. For internal trade.