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The port of MANZANILLO is located on the western Pacific coast of Mexico and the southern coast of the Gulf of California. It is the largest port city in Mexico, the economic center of Colima and the gateway for maritime trade. The Port of Manzanillo is mainly a container terminal, as well as oil tanker, coal and fishing terminals. Port and tourism are the two pillar industries of Manzanillo's economy.
Manzanillo has an excellent harbor, and the railway passes through Guadalajara to Mexico City. There are canned food, vegetable oil, paint and other industries.
As the most important and busiest port in Mexico, the throughput capacity of Manzanillo Port has maintained an annual growth rate of 14%, reaching 2.13 million TEUs in 2013, ranking first in the country and fifth in Latin America. The future port container terminal expansion project There will also be an additional throughput of 1.5 million TEUs.
Commodities from China are shipped from major ports in the Far East, passing through Busan, across the Pacific Ocean, and directly connected to the port of Manzanillo. The shortest voyage is only 17 days.
Import and export commodities from China and Mexico are collected and distributed through the Port of Manzanillo, which is an important hub for trade exchanges between the two countries. MSC offers two direct routes from the Far East to Manzanillo, Andes and Inca. As the most important economic zone in Mexico, Mediterranean Shipping provides a diversified transportation mode with comprehensive inland coverage for commodities collected and distributed from Manzanillo.
Vessels deployed: 12 x 9,000 TEU
First sailing: 26/12/15
Busan, Shanghai, Xiamen, Chiwan, Hong Kong, Busan, Manzanillo, Lazaro Cardenas, Balboa, Buenaventura, Callao, San Antonio, Coronel, Lirquen, Puerto Angamos, Callao, Lazaro Cardenas, Manzanillo, Busan
Vessels deployed: 10 x 7,100 TEU
First sailing: 26/12/15
Keelung, Hong Kong, Yantian, Xiamen, Ningbo, Shanghai, Busan, Manzanillo, Callao, Iquique, Puerto Angamos, Valparaiso
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