my country’s first intelligent three-dimensional truck parking lot and storage yard project started!
After the project is completed, it will further enhance the supporting services such as empty container loading and unloading, stockpiling, and container inspection in Ningbo Port.
According to the news released by the Zhejiang Provincial Department of Transportation a few days ago, my country’s first intelligent and three-dimensional truck parking lot and storage yard project, the Ningbo Zhoushan Port National Logistics Hub Infrastructure Construction Project, has officially started construction, helping Ningbo Zhoushan Port to build a world-class project. Strong port.
It is understood that the first sub-project of Ningbo Zhoushan Port National Logistics Hub Infrastructure Construction Project is located in the former Beilun Power Plant ash storage plot. It is jointly funded by Beilun District Industrial Investment Co., Ltd., Ningbo Port International Logistics Co., Ltd. and Ningbo Datong Development Co., Ltd. Ningbo Huihaitong International Logistics Hub Development Co., Ltd. invested in the construction, with a total investment of over 2 billion yuan, for the construction of intelligent three-dimensional truck parking garage, intelligent three-dimensional empty container storage yard, heavy container handover area and comprehensive supporting service function area. Among them, the 6-story intelligent three-dimensional truck parking garage and the ground open-air parking lot can park about 1,200 trucks in total; the intelligent three-dimensional empty container yard can store about 26,800 empty containers; the heavy container handover area has a total of 26,800 TEUs. There is a flat box with 792 TEUs.
After the completion of the project, it will further improve the supporting services such as empty container loading and unloading, stockpiling, and container inspection in Ningbo port area, reduce the short barge transportation between the ports in Beilun, smooth the operation of the collection and distribution system outside the port, and enhance the port logistics. Cost competitive advantage, while improving the living environment of residents around the “two” facilities, and providing more convenient “one-stop” production and living services for truck drivers.