Port of Tokyo
Port of Tokyo
The world’s 35th largest container port, the Port of Tokyo handled 4.57 million TEUs in 2018, making it one of the largest Japanese seaports and one of the largest seaports in the Pacific Ocean basin. Its various container terminals supplied an area of 1,504,718 square meters with a total number of 15 berths and a quay length of 4,479 metres. These included:
-- Aomi container terminal, which provided five berths with an area of 479,079 square meters and a quay length of 1,570 meters;
-- Shinagawa container terminal, which offered three berths with an area of 79,939 square meters, and a quay length of 333 meters. Opened in 1967, this was the first container terminal in Japan./p>
-- Oi container terminal, which offered seven berths with an area of 945,700 square meters and a length of 2,354 metres, and Kamigumi Container Terminal, with a single container terminal and a quay length of 260 meters.
Other major terminals were two foodstuff terminals, for marine products and foods (five berths with a quay length of 1,060 metres and a storage area of 359,000 square meters), five terminals for general cargo (bulk cargo, timber, construction materials, log handling), storage for 200,000 cubic meters of timber and storage for 210,000 tonnes of logs.
-- Automotive terminals, including two Roll-on/roll off (RoRo) terminals with a total length of 1,200 meters, a combined land area of 100,000 square meters, storage capacity of 22,000 cars and a transshipment capacity of 3,500,000 units per year. .