KCTC operates terminals in Busan Port, the center of Korea’s import and export logistics. KCTC provides top-quality service through our developed and specialized container stevedoring service at ports.
Busan New Port Container Terminal (BNCT), which opened in January 2015, was the first container terminal in Korea to adopt the vertical automation. BNCT is equipped with four berths that can dock 50,000-ton ships and has the container handling capacity of more than 2.6 million TEU a year.
|Total Land Area||840,000 ㎡|
|Length of Berth||1,400 (50,000 ton x4)|
|Depth of Water||17 m|
|Daily Equipment Capacity||58,000TEU|
|Yearly Handling Capacity||2.6 million TEU|
We have built an international multimodal logistics center in the hinterland of Busan New Port, which is a free trade zone. With the center being the international logistics hub, we successfully carry out global logistics service tailored to our customers’ needs through our network with foreign partners. Our global logistics service includes cargo collection, loading, unloading, storage, processing for distribution, transshipment, customs clearance, transport and delivery.
|Total Land Area||33,058 ㎡|
|Open Storage Yard||15,129 ㎡||Free Trade Zone|
We have built port hinterland and warehouse facilities at Busan, Pyeongtaek, Gwangyang, Masan, Incheon, and other ports, which are the central port for imports and exports, to provide an even safer and quicker service.
In the hinterland logistics complex at the eastern part of Gwangyang Port, a free trade zone, a logistics center was built as the international logistics hub and domestic logistics base, to provide customized service for each client, including cargo collection, loading, unloading, storage, processing for distribution, transshipment, customs clearance, transportation, and delivery.
|Total Land Area||102,440 ㎡|
|Warehouse||28,900 ㎡||3 buildings (2 panel storage, and 1 tent storage)|
|Free Trade Zone||73,300 ㎡|