China Merchants International Terminals Company Limited Ningbo Daxie (CMICT) is a strategic investment made by CMHI in the most conomically active region in the mainland China – the Yangtze River Delta – with a total investment of US$400 million.
CMHI is owning 45% of it currently.
Located in the Daxie Port Zone of Ningbo, the Zhejiang province and at the intersection of the “T” area, where the midpoint of China ‘s coastline joins the Yangtze River Delta and the Yangtze River, CMICT is 136 nautical miles away from Shanghai, 40 kilometres away from Ningbo City, and close to the Ningbo Economic and Technological Development Zone, the Ningbo Bonded Zone. It is where foreign and domestic ships entered the Yangtze River Delta and reached the coastal regions of Yangtze River Delta, and where domestic goods are exported overseas. Construction of the three 100,000-DWT berths for general cargoes and one 70,000-DWT container berth (good for 12,500-TEU container ships) and auxiliary
facilities has commenced in September 2003. It has a quay length of 1,500 metres and a annual designed capacity at 2.4 million TEUs. Construction of the 4 berths have
CMICT is currently serving18 liners for foreign trade, 5 feeder operators and 2 liners for domestic trade which call Europe, the Mediterranean Sea, America, Middle East, Indo-Pakistan, Southeast Asia, Russia and Australia, etc. CMICT has experienced robust growth in 2011, the throughput handled was 1,748,000 TEUs.