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  • North Port

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    • North Port

    It is an industrial port designed with industrial complexes. Its purpose is to prepare the North Port for the new millenium." The development of North Port was necessary due to the increase of Incheon Ports role. A total of 17 berths (maximum 50,000 DWT) are being developed from 1995 to 2011. They are to move most pollutant cargos to the North Port for handling. The port will manage cargo for industrial raw materials such as timber, scrape iron, byproducts for feed, etc.

    Oil Dolphin
    Depth of water (m) Oil Dolphin
    (1,000 ton x berth number)
    Open storage ()
    4.5 ~ 26 20x1, 75x1, 50x1, 5x1, 60x1, 100x1 1,657

    north Port
    Name Quay
    length
    (m)
    Depth
    of water
    (m)
    Concurrent
    berth capacity
    (DWT, Ship)
    Major
    cargo to
    handle
    Korea electric power Co. Dolphin 240 10 20,000 (1) Oils
    Inchon Oil Refinery Co. Dolphin 1 240 16 75,000 (1) Crude oil, Refined oil
    Inchon Oil Refinery Co. Dolphin 2 390 14 60,000 (1) Refined oil, Chemical
    Inchon Oil Refinery Co. Dolphin 3 485 15 100,000 (1) Crude oil, Refined oil
    Korean Air Dolphin 315 17 50,000 (1) Oils
    Dongbu multi-purpose Pier 849 14 50,000 (3)  
    Hyundai-Steel Pier 560 14 50,000 (2) Iron
    Dongkuk-Steel Iron Pier 270 14 50,000 (1) Iron
    Lumber Pier 450 11 20,000 (2) Wood
  • Lock Gate

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    • North Port VTS Lock Gate Inner Port International Passenger Pier Coastal Passenger Pier South Port Anchorage Navigational Routes
    • Lock Gate

    The lock-gate of Incheon port is an important facility enabling large ships to enter and depart all the times by overcoming the difference between the ebb and flow up to 10m." The lock-gate takes pride in being the largest in Asia, allowing up to 50,000 DWT ships to enter and exit. The passages towards the berth that ships enter and depart from are composed of one dock for 50,000 DWT ship and two docks for 10,000 DWT ship.

  • Inner Port

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    • Inner Port

    Pier 1, 2 and 3

    Pier 1, 2 and 3
    Pier 1, 2 and 3 are general piers which handle various freights such as steel, logs, feed (byproducts), general goods, etc.

    Pier
    Pier Pier 1 Pier 2 Pier 3
    Quay length (m) 1,799 1,278 1,250
    Depth of water (m) 8.2 ~ 11.8 8.7 ~ 11.2 8.3 ~ 11.4
    Berth capacity DWT
    (1,000 ton x berth number)
    10 berths
    (50x1, 4.5x4, 35x2, 2x3)
    7 berths
    (30x1, 20x2, 8x5)
    7 berths
    (20x1, 10x2, 8x4)
    Shed (block/㎡) 3 blocks / 11,250 10 blocks / 53,293 4 blocks / 19,964
    Open storage (㎡) 155,254 75,873 57,670
    Loading capacity (year) 4,601,000 ton 4,229,000 ton 3,322,000 ton

    Pier 4

    Pier 4
    This pier is exclusive for containers in Korea constructed by the private capital in 1974. Brand new loading equipment such as gantry cranes and belt conveyers allow loading and shipping of freight swiftly and safely. Containers, grain, cars, and general goods are currently handled on this pier.
    Pier 4
    Quay length (m) 1,160
    Depth of water (m) 11 ~ 11.5
    Berth capacity DWT
    (1,000 ton x berth number)
    5 berths
    (50x1, 40x1, 30x1, 20x1, 10x1)
    Open storage (㎡) 305,516
    Loading capacity (year) 8,182,000 ton

    Pier 5

    Pier 4
    This pier is exclusively for vehicles with capabilities of 4 ships at a level of 50,000 tons and 3,920 thousand tons for the load capacity along with open storage areas of 177,731.
    Pier 5
    Quay length (m) 1,150
    Depth of water (m) 12.5
    Berth capacity DWT
    (1,000 ton x berth number)
    4 berths (50x4)
    Shed (block/㎡) 1 block / 4,496
    Open storage (㎡) 177,731
    Loading capacity (year) 3,920,000 ton

    Pier 6

    Pier 6
    This pier handles clean freight not producing any dust or pollutants because it is located in a region near Wolmido Civil Park.
    Pier 6
    Quay length (m) 1,018
    Depth of water (m) 7.5 ~ 12.5
    Berth capacity DWT
    (1,000 ton x berth number)
    5 berths
    (50x1, 30x2, 5x2)
    Open storage (㎡) 103,549
    Loading capacity (year) 4,411,000 ton

    Pier 7

    Pier 7
    This pier handles about 30% of imported grains. Six unloaders and belt conveyers for grain are equipped and 450,000 ton capacity of silo around there are attached together to this pier. Concurrent capability of 4 ships, loading capability of 4,787,000 ton and 8,348 of open storage are offered.
    Pier 7
    Quay length (m) 1,458
    Depth of water (m) 4.0 ~ 4.3
    Berth capacity DWT
    (1,000 ton x berth number)
    5 berths
    (50x4, 20x1)
    Open storage (㎡) 8,348
    Loading capacity (year) 4,787,000 ton

    Pier 8

    Pier 8
    This pier allows a concurrent berthing of three ships at a level of 50,000 ton and one ship at 20,000 ton. Its loading capability is 3,647,000 ton with open storage areas of 111,273. It now handles pulp and sundries.
    Pier 8
    Quay length (m) 910
    Depth of water (m) 11.5
    Berth capacity DWT
    (1,000 ton x berth number)
    3 berths
    (50x3)
    Shed (block/㎡) 1 block / 12,150
    Open storage (㎡) 111,273
    Loading capacity (year) 3,647,000 ton

  • International Passenger Pier

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    • International Passenger Pier

    International Passenger pier

    International Passenger pier
    Incheon international passenger terminal 1 opened in October 2000 with 36,249 million won investment. With the state-of-the-art modern equipment, the process like ticketing, immigration and customs becomes simple and rapid and also alongside the terminal an ocean square, a parking lot, a water-friendly space for citizens, and a space for containers and general cargoes were formed.
  • Coastal Passenger Pier

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    • Coastal Passenger Pier

    Constructed in September 15th 1995, the coastal passenger terminal has clean & bright lobby for the convenient use of 17 ships from 13 ship ways, and a parking lot for 269 cars. Also the terminal's ARS system offers ship's navigation information automatically.

  • South Port

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    • South Port

    South Port

    South Port
    It is a port that allows small and medium sized ships such as coastal cargo ships and barges to berth and handle their freight. Also, it is the port which is expected to handle the inter-Korean cargo, preparing for the reunification.

    South Port
    Depth of water (m) Oil Dolphin
    (1,000 ton x berth number)
    Open storage (㎡)
    4 ~ 14 127x1, 75x1, 55x1, 18x2, 10x7, 5x4, 3x13,
    2x2, 15x2, 40x3, 4x1, 20x1, 0.5x1, 100x1, 50x1
    1,223,653

    South Port
    No. Name Quay
    length
    (m)
    Depth
    of water
    (m)
    Concurrent
    berth capacity
    (DWT, Ship)
    Major
    cargo to
    handle
    (1) Han-il tank Dolphin 29 7 3,000(1) Chemical
    (3) Ssangyongcement Dolphin 186 10 10,000(1) cement
    (4) RH cement Dolphin 188 9 10,000(1) cement
    (5) Dongyang cement Dolphin 188 9 10,000(1) cement
    (6) Hanil daewoo cement Dolphin 200   10,000(1) cement
    (7) South Port Sand Pier 1 465
    82
    4
    4
    3,000(5)
    3,000(1)
    sand
    South Port Sand Pier 1 375 4 3,000(4)
    2,000(1)
    sand
    (8) Young-Jin Pier 170 4 10,000(1) Container, General
    (9) Korea Express Inc. Pier 225 4 50,000(2) Container, General
    (10) Sun-Kwang Pier 407 11 18,000(2) Container
    (12) ICT Pier 600 14 40,000(2) Containet
    (13) International Passenger Terminal Pier 1 224 7.5 10.000(1)  
    International Passenger Terminal Pier 2 243 9.5 15,000(1)  
    International Passenger Terminal Pier 3 220 7.5 15,000(1)  
    (14) Ferry Pier 184 7.5 10,000(1)  
    (15) SK Dolphin 340 11 40,000(1) / 4,000(1) / 2,000(1) Oil /LPG
    (16) S-OiL Dolphin 218 11 20,000(1) / 500(1) Oil/LPG
    (17) coal Pier 240   100,000(1) / 50,000(1) Coal, Oil
    (19) E1 Dolphin 340 14 55,000(1) LPG
    (20) Korea gas Co. Dolphin 1 420 14 75,000(1) LNG
    Korea gas Co. Dolphin 2 420 14 127,000(1) LNG
  • Anchorage

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    • Anchorage

    There are 3 anchorages in the waiting waters and 25 in the Incheon port. All ships using the Incheon port can be refueled and exchange crews in case that ships have to stand by for a long time. The depth of water ranges from 2.5m to 20m and ships of 2,000 to 100,000 dwt can berth.

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  • Navigational Routes

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    • Navigational Routes

    Inbound vessels to Incheon Port should navigate along Dongsudo(East water way), and outbound vessels should use Seosudo(West water way). (Clause 4 of Article 8 in the Act of Maritime Traffic Safety)

    • East water way : Entrance
    • West water way : Departure

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