Ports in our country are so important that they handle more than 99% of the import and export volume. Among them, Busan Port has grown to become the world’s 6th largest container hub port and the world’s 2nd largest transshipment port. The Busan Regional Office of Oceans and Fisheries plans a leap forward as a container hub port in Northeast Asia, which is the name of Busan Port by continuing to expand the port infrastructure such as the seamless construction of the new port container wharf, the construction of a hinterland logistics complex, and the dredging of an increased depth.
Busan Regional Office of Oceans and Fisheries
|Region||Asia 1: South/West, East and Middle East||Country||Korea|
|Member Type||Regular Member||Joined Year||1979|
|Ports||Port of Busan, Port of Jeju|
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