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Majishan Port is in the Shengsi islands of Zhejiang Province, China.
The port is located at the combining point of Qiantang River and Yangtze River, on the southwest of Sijiao main island in the Shengsi islands.
The Majishan Port is the biggest transferring base of iron ore in Asia. In 2007, Baosteel (China's largest steelmaker) completed a project to double the port's capacity. The port's annual designed throughput capacity is now 50 million tonnes. Majishan is one of China's few ports that can receive the huge bulk ships from Brazil's mining/ore company, Vale; as such, it is a popular place for iron ore transfers.
- Location: Zhejiang Province, China
- Existing Capacity (Tonnes per year): 50 million (all cargo)
- Type: Imports
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Articles and resources
- "Baosteel doubles Majishan port capacity". Seatrade Maritime. 2007-11-06. Retrieved 2021-07-20.
- "Majishan Port Production Scale Reaches New Level," Baosteel, 2012-1-1
- Reuters Staff (2011-12-02). "China port eyes expansion with Vale's mega ships". Reuters. Retrieved 2021-07-20.