The Port of Shanghai took over the title of the world’s biggest port in the year 2019 handling a whopping 37.1 Million TEUs of cargo volume.
It is the world's busiest container transhipment facility. In 2020, the port recorded an annual throughput of 37.5 million TEUs.
It is the third busiest port in the world that handle more than 28.72 million TEUs in 2020.
In 2020, the port handled more than 26.54 million TEUs, making it one of the busiest ports globally.
Owned by the Guangzhou Port Group Ltd, it handled more than 23.19 million TEUs in 2020, making it the world’s fifth-busiest container facility.
Owned by the Government of South Korea, Busan port is South Korea’s largest port which handled more than 21.82 million TEU in 2020.
It is an important port of Asia and a hub of international trade in the West Pacific region. In 2020, Qingdao port handled more than 22 million TEUs.
It is one of the busiest container handling facilities globally that handled more than 20.07 million TEUs in 2020.
It is the biggest artificial port facility in China and the ninth busiest port in the world. It handled more than 18.35 million TEUs in 2020.
The biggest seaport of Malaysia and the tenth busiest in the world. The port handled more than 13.24 million TEUs in 2020.