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Foreign Trade
Overview of Foreign Trade Rout

Introduction to Foreign Trade
Route Timetable
Busan Route
  • Jingtang - Weifang - Busan - Jingtang
  • Schedule: Weekly
Japan Route
  • Jingtang - Weifang - Tokyo - Yokohama - Nagoya - Osaka - Kobe - Moji - Hakata - Jingtang
  • Schedule: Weekly
Pyeongtaek Route
  • Jingtang - Weifang - Pingze  - Jingtang
  • Schedule: Weekly
Advantages of Foreign Trade Ro

Japan Route

With self-operated ship fleet, Hede stays competitive with its stable fleet services, high frequency of punctuality, strong shipping resumption capability, sufficient shipment space and guaranteed source of containers. 

With shipping routes covering the northeast of Hebei Province, Beijing, the central and western regions of Shandong, and the northwest of Liaoning, Hede has been widely recognized in the market. 

Ship fleet stops at Tokyo, Yokohama, Nagoya, Osaka, Kobe, Moji, and Hakata, covering the comprehensive ports of Kanto, Kansai, and Kyushu in Japan. 

It can realize the common use of domestic and foreign containers.

Busan Route

Rich shipping experience, together with advantages such as fixed shipping schedules, strong shipping resumption capacity, sufficient shipping space and adequate supply of containers can meet the service needs of different customers. 

En route Busan, shipments can be transferred to Japan's 26 partial ports including Shimizu, Niigata, Matsuyama, Toyama, Tokushima, Hiroshima, Onahama, Shimakomai, Hachinohe, Sendai, etc.

Pyeongtaek Route

It is a new shipping route opened at the end of 2020. Its fixed shipping schedules, high level of punctuality, and sufficient containers are highly acclaimed by customers. 

The route stops at the PCTC terminal of Pyeongtaek Port. 24-hour terminal services are available.