Shanghai's container port broke record last year

The Port of Shanghai in China continues to be the world's busiest container port. In 2017, the port exceeded total volumes of 40 million teu, writes analyst agency Alphaliner.

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The Port of Shanghai proved its position as the world's unconditionally busiest container port in 2017.

According to analyst agency Alphaliner, the Chinese port was the first ever to handle containers with total volumes of more than 40 million teu.

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