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Ranking of "Top 10 Container Port Business Environment" released: Ningbo, Qingdao, Xiamen

  • Author:Hank
  • Source:sofreight
  • Release Date:2019-12-13
In the context of the continuous advancement of the State Council's "decentralized service" reform and the significant improvement in China's overall business environment, Beijing Ruiku Trade Security and Facilitation Research Center (hereinafter referred to as "Beijing Ruiku") serves as the port's business environment and trade. Professional research institutions in the field of facilitation have carried out business assessments of the top ten shipping containers in China this year, and announced their final rankings on Wednesday (December 11):

From the evaluation results just released, Xiamen Port ranks first, Qingdao second, Ningbo and Guangzhou (excluding Huangpu) tied for third!

And Shenzhen, Dalian and Guangzhou Huangpu ranked bottom in the “Top 10 Container Port Business Environment”! !!

The overall ranking and score of each port are as follows:

In the release of the business environment assessment results of the top ten marine container ports in 2019, Ge Liancheng, vice chairman of the China Customs Association, announced the final assessment results: Xiamen, Qingdao, Guangzhou / Ningbo (tie) ranked among the top three overall. Former Deputy Director General of the General Administration of Customs Liu Wenjie gave a speech on this evaluation activity, and then representatives of outstanding port (Xiamen, Ningbo) government spoke.

The evaluation shows that the overall business environment of China's major container shipping ports is at a good level. Among them, the two indicators of port clearance timeliness and customs clearance costs are relatively high, and the satisfaction of the regulatory environment and supporting services of some ports needs to be improved.

The person in charge of Beijing Ruiku said: The main reasons for the significant optimization of the business environment at Chinese ports are the central government ’s decision-making and integration of customs inspections, the continuous advancement of the State Council ’s deregulation and service reform, and customs and other port management departments The implementation of a series of supporting reform measures such as customs clearance integration, single window, advance declaration, and reduction of overall customs clearance time.

The person in charge of Beijing Ruiku believes that China's current overall port business environment is close to the level of developed countries, and indicators such as port clearance costs and cooperation with border agencies are already in the international leading position.

At the same time, China still has a lot of room for improvement in terms of customs clearance processes, single windows, and business participation in laws and regulations. The performance of the business environment at different ports also varies.