Xinghua Port

Gateway to the Changjiang (Yangtze) River Delta

Serving markets in PRC's biggest economic zone.

Helmed by an experienced and dynamic management team, Xinghua Port Group operates two adjacent ports - Changshu Xinghua Port Co Ltd (CXP) and Changshu Changjiang International Port Co Ltd (CCIP).


The first phase of development of the CXP port was completed in November 1996 with a three-berth facility. Since then, it has undergone several stages of development to the current eight berths of 1.54 km long.

In early 2014, CCIP was acquired. This second port extended the continuous berth length under the Group’s management by more than a kilometre to 2.57 km and doubled the berth size to 16 berths. Warehousing space expanded by 60% to over 181,000 sq metres.

Synergistic ports

The integration of CXP with CCIP has reaped much operational synergies. Despite the slowdown in the Chinese economy and keen competition from neighbouring ports, CXP has seen robust cargo growth.

Safety is the highest priority

Even as cargo volumes expand, the Group maintains the highest priority over the safety of its employees. Safe work practices have become a part of daily life at the port. Work processes are monitored. Controls and strict supervision have also been instituted to eliminate risks at the workplace. CXP has maintained OHSAS 18001 and ISO 9001:2008 certification for quality management. The same certifications are intended for CCIP.


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At 6,300 km long, the Changjiang (Yangtze) River is Asia’s longest river and the world’s third longest river. It is the arterial waterway for a delta hinterland comprising six provinces, 16 major cities including Shanghai, and two Special Administrative Regions (SARs).

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Our ports offer a total of 16 berths for domestic and international vessels.

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The port in the initial years of development, with land cleared.

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