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GATEWAY DEVELOPMENT AND PORT RIVALRY IN THE YANGZI RIVER DELTA CLAUDE COMTOIS CHEVALIER VISITING PROFESSOR UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA KEY ISSUES HOW ARE MARINE GATEWAYS BEING SHAPED? HOW ARE YANGZI CONTAINER SHIPPING SERVICES RESTRUCTURED?

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gateway development and port rivalry in the yangzi river delta

GATEWAY DEVELOPMENTAND PORT RIVALRYIN THE YANGZI RIVER DELTA

CLAUDE COMTOIS

CHEVALIER VISITING PROFESSOR UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA

key issues
KEY ISSUES
  • HOW ARE MARINE GATEWAYS BEING SHAPED?
  • HOW ARE YANGZI CONTAINER SHIPPING SERVICES RESTRUCTURED?
  • HOW ARE CHINA’S POLICIES AFFECTING SPATIAL PATTERNS OF MARINE ACTIVITIES?
  • HOW IS SHORT SEA SHIPPING BECOMING A FACTOR OF CHANGE AND DEVELOPMENT?
slide3

MARINE GATEWAY SYSTEM

O C E A N

bridge

Island

Sea Port

C O N T I N E N T

C O N T I N E N T

Island

Freight corridor

Interior center

Load center

Regional gateway network

Shortsea/feeder services

Deepsea liner services

slide4

35 000 000

25 000 000

15 000 000

5 000 000

TOP MARINE GATEWAYS, 2005

KOREAN PENINSULA

TOKYO BAY

11 958 282

5 895 158

HELGOLAND BAY

9 327 853

Busan :

10 407 809

Tokyo :

3 313 647

1 184 842

Guangyang :

Hamburg :

Yokohama :

2 504 628

6 138 000

Ulsan :

318 279

46 440

Bremen :

3 189 853

Chiba :

Masan :

47 352

Kawazaki :

30 443

YANGZI

RIVER DELTA

RHINE-SCHELDT

12 552 215

28 104 000

Rotterdam :

7 106 779

Shanghai :

11 280 000

Antwerp :

5 445 436

Ningbo :

2 772 000

SAN PEDRO AREA

11 923 200

Los Angeles :

7 178 940

Long Beach :

4 658 124

San Diego :

86 136

PEARL RIVER DELTA

SINGAPORE STRAIT

TAIWAN STRAIT

Containers Handlings

35 324 500

27 518 786

10 086 027

(TEUs)

Singapore :

Kaohsiung :

8 840 000

Hong Kong :

20 449 000

18 100 000

Port Klang :

Taichung :

1 246 027

4 840 000

10 614 900

Shenzhen :

Tanjung Pelapas :

3 487 320

Guangzhou :

2 761 700

Pasir Gudang :

750 466

Zhongshan :

754 700

Jurong :

341 000

Jiangmen :

744 200

slide5

Hal’an

Highway

railway

Yellow Sea

Taizhou

provincial limits

J I A N G S U

Gaogang

city

Yangzhou

Luse

TEUs

Jingcheng

Nantong

Y

40000

a

Huilongzhen

n

g

z

i

Zhenjiang

Haimen

30000

Zhangjiagang

20000

Jiangyin

export

Nanjing

10000

Changshu

import

Changzhou

0

Liujia

J I A N G S U

Wuxi

90

95

98

Taicang

Years

Kunshan

Maanshan

< 1000 TEUs

Shanghai

Suzhou

Yixing

Baiyangwan

no data

Shuangqlao

Wujiang

Taihu

SHANGHAI

Wuhu

Lake

0

20

40

60

Jiaxing

Huzhou

km

A N H U I

Z H E J I A N G

East China Sea

n

g

z

a

Y

i

Hangzhou

Wuhan

Shanghai

Jiujiang

Chongqing

Nanchang

Shaoxing

Ningbo

Changsha

CONTAINER TRAFFIC BETWEEN SHANGHAI AND YANGZI RIVER PORTS, 1990-1998

Drawing by M. Girard, UdeM

slide7

A) Market quotient of Shanghai port for Zheijang container imports, 1999

B) Market quotient of Shanghai port for Zheijang container exports, 1999

Drawing by M. Girard, UdeM

slide8

Shanghai

Shanghai

A

B

0

50

Km

Tai

Tai

Hu

Hu

Jiaxing

Jiaxing

Huzhou

Hangzhou

Huzhou

Hangzhou

bay

bay

Zhoushan

Zhoushan

Hangzhou

Hangzhou

Ningbo city

Ningbo city

Shaoxing

Shaoxing

Xin anjiung

East

Res.

China

Linhai

Jinhua

Jinhua

Linhai

Sea

Quzhou

Quzhou

(Taizhou)

(Taizhou)

Market quotient

> 1.75

Z H E J I A N G

Z H E J I A N G

1.50-1.74

Lishui

1.25-1.49

1.00-1.24

Lishui

East

0.75-0.99

Highway

China

0.50-0.74

Railway

0.25-0.49

Sea

Port location

Wenzhou

Î

Province limit

< 0.25

Wenzhou

A) Market quotient of Ningbo port for Zheijang container imports, 1999

B) Market quotient of Ningbo port for Zheijang container exports, 1999

Drawing by M. Girard, UdeM

stages in china s port reform process since 1978
STAGES IN CHINA’S PORT REFORM PROCESS SINCE 1978

DOMESTIC RESPONSIBILITY

  • CENTRAL GOVERNMENT FIVE-YEAR PLANS
  • LOCAL GOVERNMENT INVOLVEMENT
  • INVESTMENTS BY DOMESTIC COMPANIES

OVERSEAS PARTICIPATION

  • FOREIGN OWNERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT
  • SEPARATION OF GOVERNMENT FROM ENTERPRISE
  • CORPORATE RESTRUCTURING
foreign ownership in selected yangzi river delta port system 2005

ZHANGJIAGANG

Zhenjiang

COSCO

Nantong

R

i

Y

v

a

n

g

z

e

i

Yellow Sea

r

Zhangjiagang

COSCO

Jiangyin

ZHENJIANG

SUZHOU

SHANGHAI

PSA

COSCO

COSCO

JIANGYIN

MTL

Taihu

HPH/COSCO

Suzhou

NWS

Lake

Shanghai

APM

Luyang bridge

Jinshanwei

Jiaxing

Zhapu

Haiyan

Hangzhou

Yangshan

East

bridge

China

Hangzhou

Xiaoshan

Dinghai

Sea

Shaoxing

NINGBO

Ningbo

HPH

0

20

40

60

CMHI

km

FOREIGN OWNERSHIP INSELECTED YANGZI RIVER DELTA PORT SYSTEM, 2005

Source : Drewry Shipping Consultants, 2004

Drawing by M. Girard, UdeM

competitive factors in the development of gateways
COMPETITIVE FACTORS INTHE DEVELOPMENT OF GATEWAYS
  • GOVERNMENT POLICY AND PLANNING
  • CORPORATE PLAYERS AND STRATEGIES
  • EXTENSIVE NETWORKING
  • UNIMPEDED ACCESSIBILITY
  • SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT PRACTICES
emerging business environment
EMERGING BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT
  • EMERGING CONSENSUS ON ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES AND IMPACTS
  • DEVELOPMENT OF «GREEN PORTS»
  • COMPETITION BETWEEN LOGISTICS CHAINS
  • GATEWAY DEVELOPMENT CHALLENGES
growth in short sea shipping
GROWTH IN SHORT SEA SHIPPING
  • GOVERNMENT PROMOTION OF SHORT SEA MOTORWAYS
  • OCEAN GOING SHIPPING LINES INROADS INTO SHORT SEA SHIPPING DISTRIBUTION
  • TERMINAL OPERATORS INVESTING IN SHORT SEA SHIPPING LINES
  • DEVELOPMENT OF «WATERWAY BRANCHES»
  • ALLIANCES BETWEEN SHORT SEA SHIPPING LINES
  • FROM WHOLESALER OF PORT-TO-PORT SERVICES TO RETAILER OF DOOR-TO-DOOR SERVICES
conclusion
CONCLUSION
  • INCREASING COMPETITIVE ENVIRONMENT
  • INTERLOCKING PORT DEVELOPMENT OF SHANGHAI AND NINGBO
  • YANGZI GATEWAY STATUS AND SHORT SEA SHIPPING STRATEGY