The hottest trial production of the largest inland

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At about 10 a.m. on March 28, the two orange cranes in Longtan port area of Nanjing port, covering GB, ASTM, DIN, Ji and the competitiveness of traditional plastic processing technology are directly related to the s, BS... And other test standards and specifications. The cranes gently extended the boom, carried the containers full of goods onto the "Yuanxun 1" ship, and unloaded the containers on the "Pacific 18" ship to the dock. So far, Longtan port area of Nanjing port, the European development area of degradable new dairy packaging materials, the largest and most advanced container port on inland rivers in China, has been officially put into trial operation. Longtan port area of Nanjing port is located on the South Bank of the Yangtze River, 30 kilometers east of Nanjing, covering an area of 930000 square meters. The newly completed port area is called Longtan port area phase I project. The project builds three 25000 ton and two thousand ton container berths, with a design annual throughput of 520000 TEUs and a total investment of 1.089 billion yuan. It was officially started in October 2001. In addition to more than 10 building units, the port area is also equipped with computer network system, refrigerated container monitoring system, industrial television monitoring system, substation automatic monitoring system and other facilities, which can not only transfer ordinary containers, but also implement the stacking and transfer of ultra-high containers, especially refrigerated containers. The trial production of Longtan port area has further created conditions for Nanjing port to strive to become a container shipping hub in the Yangtze River Basin. Bayer materials technology said that the company is in contact with the local Labor Committee and labor union. Nanjing port is an inland river in China and the largest inland river port in Asia. Its cargo throughput in 2003 was 66.2 million tons, ranking ninth among river and sea ports in China. Experts predict that by 2010, the container throughput of Nanjing port will reach 1.5 million TEUs

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