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1. Taipei Port was elevated to be the auxiliary port of Keelung Port on January 8th, 2004. Currently there are 14 operational wharves, including 2 container wharves. The depth of the inner fairway and the turning basin is 14 meters, and more operations are being under consideration.

2. After the completion of Construction Phase II, there will be 28 wharves (19 operational wharves, and 9 port service wharves) in 2014, and up to 4,000,000 TEU of containers will be handled each year.

3. In May, 2005, the Executive Yuan approved the application for establishing Free Trade Zone of Taipei Port, and the operating permit was granted in September that year. Dongli Logistics Co. was then licensed in October in that same year and officially began the Free Trade Business of Taipei Port in March of 2006, and Taipei Port strides a big step toward the goal to becoming the operational and planning center of global logistics.

4. Built with Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT), Taipei Port Container Terminals are being actively under construction; two wharves have been completed and are currently in operation. Onwards, one wharf will be added each year until all the 7 wharves are completed in November, 2014.

5. Taipei Port water area is extensive. It has great potential for future development. Long-term planning continues on its way. It is expected to become the biggest port in northern Taiwan, listed with Kaohsiung Port in the south as the two biggest transshipment hubs.

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Last updated:2021-07-02
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