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Shenzhen has 15 kilometers of port coastline and nine business port areas including Shekou and Yantian in addition to five industrial parks. There are also a number of development zones and six industrial clusters.Good area for oversea investment enterprise.



Yantian Port
Established in September, 1996 upon approval of the State Council, Yantian Port is a major international transit port in South China. It has efficient customs clearance measures and five major port terminals covering 0.85 square kilometers in the first phase alone. There are 33 shipping companies registered in the city with more than 190 vessels. Forty-six international sea routes connect the port to Europe, Asia and the Pacific regions. Key industries include warehousing, logistics and trade, as well as bonded commodities exchange and exhibition. The port has berths, of which 53 can accommodate vessels above 10,000 tons dwt.


Shekou Port
Shekou lies to the west of Shenzhen and is a special district town specifically servicing the offshore oil drilling industry in the South China Sea. It is a deep water port and handles both cargo, supply vessels and helicopter traffic to the offshore rigs. Consequently many international oil drilling and related services companies are found here, the majority of the drilling businesses in joint ventures with CNOOC. Related industries such as chemical processing and chemical product manufacturing are also located here.


Shenzhen High-Tech Industrial Development Zone
SHTIDZ has an area of 158.5 square kilometers including a high-tech industry zone of around 50.9 square kilometers. Located next to Shenzhen bay, and surrounded by tourist estates and shopping centers, key industries in the zone include scientific R&D, incubation of scientific and technological results, industrialized production, higher education and export processing; also promotes electronics and IT, biological technology, integrated machinery and electric technology. The Shenzhen authorities have carefully identified certain critical components of service outsourcing on which the city intends to focus its capabilities, especially work force development.


Shenzhen Export Processing Zone
SZEPZ is one of the 15 EPZs approved by the State Council in April 2000. It is located in the Longgang Grand Industrial Zone within an area of three square kilometers. Key industries include new and high-tech industries and export-oriented ones.


Shenzhen Grand Industrial Zone
The Shenzhen Grand Industrial Zone sits in 174.4 square kilometers encompassing Pingshan Township and Kangzi Township of Longgang District. In addition to the industries present in the export processing zone, key industries include: information industry and advanced technology; real estate; trade; and the service industry.


Futian Free Trade Zone
Approved by the State Council on May 28, 1991, the Futian Free Trade Zone encompasses and area of 1.35 square kilometers, with 0.33 square kilometers for a residential quarter. It is located to the west of the Huanggang Port and sits adjacent to the Guangzhou-Shenzhen expressway in the north, and the Huanggang subway terminal, which connects to the Hong Kong northwest railway. Key industries include: developing high-tech industries, logistics and warehousing. More than 600 enterprises from 23 countries including some multinational companies are located in the zone.


Shenzhen Shatoujiao Free Trade Zone
The Shenzhen Free Trade Zone is one of the earliest free trade zones in China. Located near the Yantian container terminal, it covers an area of 0.27 square kilometers, of which 0.15 have been allocated for residential purposes. Key industries in the zone include the export processing of computers, toys, jewelry and gold.


Yantian Port Free Trade Zone
The zone is located at the Yantian Port, one of the largest container terminals in China with 46 international routes linking it Europe, Asia and the Pacific Regions. The port is also Shenzhen’s top waterway transportation network. Since beginning operations in 1999, the zone is divided by the Yantian Port Blvd. into two parts: south and the north linked by an insulating via duct. It has a specialized passageway for direct access to the quay operation area. In addition to a well-developed waterway network, there is the 24 kilometer Pinghu-Yantian railway that links it to the Beijing-Guangzhou and Beijing-Kowloon railway. It is also nearby the Yan-Ba Expressway and Huizhou-Yantian Expressway.


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