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Outline : Port of Mikawa Toyohashi Area

Outline : Port of Mikawa Toyohashi Area

Port of Mikawa Toyohashi Area

Outline:Port of Mikawa Toyohashi Area

Jinno Area

photo_Jinno Area The Jinno area is the heart of the Toyohashi section of the Port of Mikawa. It is composed of an eastern section with a total area of 96 ha and a western section with a total area of 120 ha, and it has 6 types of public wharfs that span a total of 3,540 m and range in depth from 4 m for domestic shipping to 12 m for international shipping.

The Jinno area has become very active as a base for importing and exporting automobiles, particularly since a series of foreign automobile makers entered the market in the 1990s. Since then, the Port of Mikawa Toyohashi Container Terminal went into operation at Jinno Quay No. 7 in November 1998, and a second gantry crane went into operation at Jinno Quay No. 8 in April 2008. Also, a land reclamation plan is going through in order to provide more land for new industrial development, and foreign companies continue to set up operations to handle imports.

Akemi Area

Akimi Area Originally known as Osaki Island, this 659 ha area consists of the original island surrounded by reclaimed land. The area is composed of a steel mill, a shipbuilder, and the Akemi Industrial Base, which originally started in 1973 as a base for wooden housing-related industries.

The Akemi Industrial base comprises approximately two-thirds of the entire Akemi area. It originally started with companies involved in wooden housing construction, but recently companies in the automobile and chemical industries have made advances here. In addition to the active production being done here, this area also has a corporate park used by companies in the field of overland logistics.

This area has private company quays for importing and exporting raw materials and finished products.

At Funato wharf which is built to handle domestic cargo, there are 21 berths maintained along quay walls between 4.0 and 5.5 m in deep ( those deeper than 4.5m are built to be earthquake-resistant). In an effort to "green up" Funato, the area along the waterfront is currently being cultivated with trees and flowers.

Present Situation of the Port

Ship Arrivals
Year Total
Total Overseas Route Domestic Route
Number
of ships
Gross
Tonnage
Number
of ships
Gross
Tonnage
Number
of ships
Gross
Tonnage
2005 4,950 21,284,933 905 15,073,039 4,045 6,211,894
2006 4,867 23,053,857 1,055 16,688,594 3,812 6,365,263
2007 4,885 24,110,922 986 15,930,722 3,899 8,180,200
2008 4,927 24,012,733 901 15,118,539 4,026 8,894,194
2009 3,913 19,520,001 817 11,650,444 3,096 7,869,557
2010 4,325 17,478,771 830 10,465,389 3,495 7,013,382

Unit: ton

Cargo Volumes
Year Total
Total Foriegn Trade Domestic Trade
Export Import Outgoing Incoming
2005 8,747,351 1,327,307 2,361,704 2,331,547 2,726,793
2006 9,344,158 1,863,451 2,589,557 2,269,546 2,621,604
2007 8,990,317 1,661,653 2,415,778 2,245,347 2,667,539
2008 9,007,824 1,283,262 2,524,791 2,274,195 2,925,576
2009 6,482,814 843,983 1,534,193 1,894,115 2,198,662
2010 7,297,802 1,071,939 1,811,664 2,140,389 2,273,810

Unit: ton