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Major industries in the Qinzhou Port Area of China (Guangxi) Pilot Free Trade Zone


Updated: 2021-08-07

Port and shipping logistics:

The Qinzhou Port Area of China (Guangxi) Pilot Free Trade Zone speeds up the construction of automated container terminals, railway container central stations, and waterway infrastructures. It also increases the number of international shipping routes and sea-rail combined transportation, while working on the development of port and shipping logistics, international transit, transit collection, and shipping transactions. The area strives to build a multimodal transport system with the sea-rail combined transport system as the mainstay. It also aims to establish a new land-sea trade gateway port targeting ASEAN countries, and an international land-sea combined transport base that serves the southwest, central south, and northwest of China.


International trade:

The Qinzhou Port Area strives to develop international trade in automobiles, wine, meat, and fruits. It also aims to develop itself into a spot trading platform for agricultural, forestry, oil, chemical, mineral, and light industrial products to serve West China and ASEAN countries. The area is also committed to establishing a China-ASEAN trade promotion platform for small and medium-sized enterprises, foster innovative international trade patterns and build a land-sea international trade industrial cluster demonstration zone.


Green chemical industry:

The Qinzhou Port Area strives to develop the petrochemical industry for ASEAN countries and Southwest China, build leading projects, and expand industrial chains of aromatics and olefins. Focusing on the development pattern of “oil, coal, and gas”, the area is dedicated to building itself into a high-quality petrochemical industry base in Southwest China.


High-end manufacturing:

The Qinzhou Port Area strives to develop equipment manufacturing industries such as new energy vehicles, shipping equipment, and ocean engineering equipment. It also aims to stimulate the development of harbor machinery, seaplanes, yachts, speedboats and spare parts, as well as build a high-end equipment manufacturing base in the Beibu Gulf that targets the ASEAN market.


Digital economy

The Qinzhou Port Area strives to develop electronic information, big data, and intelligent manufacturing industries. It seeks to build leading projects, such as Taijia ultra-thin glass substrates, and to also strengthen industrial cooperation in the Beidou Navigation Satellite System, big data and artificial intelligence, and promote the establishment of joint laboratories, innovate platforms and technology parks with ASEAN countries. It also explores new mechanisms for cooperation in innovative industries, and creates a two-way platform for the export of domestic production to bring in foreign capital.


Headquarter economy and  financial services:

The Qinzhou Port Area introduces multinational companies, large enterprise groups, as well as headquarters, regional headquarters, and functional headquarters set up by trade integrators, with channels, sources, and influence. The area prioritizes introducing and nurturing modern service-oriented headquarter enterprises in shipping logistics, international trade, bulk commodity trade, and finance. It is also committed to building a comprehensive service platform for headquarter enterprises and develop a new land-sea headquarter base.


Comprehensive bonded industry:

The Qinzhou Port Area strives to develop bonded processing, bonded logistics and bonded services. It also fosters high-end businesses, such as cross-border e-commerce, future delivery, financial lease, inspection, maintenance, research, development and manufacturing, while supporting enterprises to achieve high quality development by taking full advantage of both international and domestic resources and markets.