General information

Name:
Wuhu
Country:
China
UN/Locode:
CNWHI
Local time:
Vessels in port:
410
Expected Vessels:
124
Berths:
4
Coordinates:
N 31° 22' E 118° 20'

Vessels in port

Name
Type
Arrived
Tanker
16.09. 02:33
Cargo Ship
10.09. 21:27
Tanker
04.09. 02:57
Cargo Ship
03.09. 08:10
Cargo Ship
30.08. 08:07
Cargo Ship
26.08. 18:40
Tanker
26.08. 02:11
Cargo Ship
20.08. 16:47
Cargo Ship
10.08. 06:09
Tanker
10.08. 02:51

Expected Vessels

Name
Type
Expected
Tanker
19.09. 14:00

Sailed Vessels

Name
Type
Sailed
Tanker
18.09. 05:12
Cargo Ship
16.09. 04:01
Cargo Ship
11.09. 06:15
Tanker
05.09. 18:29
Cargo Ship
30.08. 18:30
Tanker
29.08. 04:39
Cargo Ship
27.08. 08:15
Cargo Ship
21.08. 08:18
Tanker
12.08. 03:11
Cargo Ship
10.08. 06:53

Latest news

7 missing after ship collisions on Yangtze

Fri May 17 09:20:24 CEST 2013 arnekiel

Collisions involving three vessels in the section of the Yangtze River in East China's Wuhu city, Anhui province, early Friday morning, May 17, 2013, left seven people missing. Twenty crew members on board the three vessels fell into the water after the collisions on Baimao Waterway. Thirteen of them have been rescued, according to the Yangtze River Maritime Department. The vessels included a tug boat carrying iron ore from Central China's Henan province, and cargo ships carrying steel products and limestone, respectively from Zhejiang province and Jiangsu province. The Ministry of Transport and the ministry's affiliated maritime affairs authorities have sent rescuers and experts for salvage and investigation.

Sinotrans and Keppel to develop bulk & container terminal at Wuhu

Tue Sep 27 09:00:56 CEST 2011 arnekiel

Sinotrans announced yesterday that it will cooperate with Keppel Logistics, a Singaporean logistics service provider, to develop and construct a container and bulk goods terminal in Wuhu city, Anhui province, reports yicai.com. Sinotrans and Keppel Logistics will respectively inject 134 million yuan and 140 million yuan into Sinotrans’ subsidiary, Wuhu Sanshan Port. Sinotrans and Keppel will each hold 50-percent stakes in Wuhu Sanshan Port, which will build and operate the container and bulk goods terminal in Wuhu.

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