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Nampo port in western North Korea has recently been opened as a coal export port for coal shipments to China. The port is also used for container shipping in particular for food products from China. Coal from Nampo port is exported to Longkou port on China's Shandong Peninsula. The Longkou Port Group is running the shipping operation.
(China Huadian's 880 megawatt Huadian Longkou power station is located Longkou.)
The satellite photo below shows the approximate location of Nampo port, South Pyongan, North Korea.
Articles and Resources
- "Bulk cargo and container shipping route links China, DPRK", Xinhua, September 25, 2015.
Related GEM.wiki articles
- Susan Wacaster, The Mineral Industry of North Korea: 2013, US Geological Service, US Department of the Interior, July 2015.
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