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Caofeidian Ore Port

Caofeidian (Chinese: ; pinyin: Cáof?idiàn) is a land reclamation-converted economic development zone in Bohai Bay located in the eponymous district of Tangshan, Hebei Province, China.[1]

It hosts a large coal and ore discharging port, which forms one of the prime ports of Northern China, namely (from South to North) Tianjin - Jing Tang - Caofedian - Qinhuangdao - YingKou - Bayuquan - Dalian).[2] Caofedian and Jingtang ports are often referred together as Tangshan port, though Tangshan is actually a large inland city away from the shore.[3]


Caofeidian Industrial Area

The island is 200 km from Beijing, the island spans 60 km2 and is a 2005-listed pilot area for the development of a Recyclable/Circular Economy (Industrial ecology) in China. Huadian Power and PetroChina have some of their energy bases there. The island is expected to have a population of 300,000 by 2010.[4]

Caofeidian is 80 km from Tangshan city centre.[5][6]

See also


  1. ^ China's new development zone to takes shape near Beijing (2009-01-28)
  2. ^ "400,000-ton carrier "Ore Italia" docked at Caofeidian Port". Xinhua. Retrieved 2019.
  3. ^ "Caofedian - port information". Official website. Oriental sheet piling. Retrieved 2019.
  4. ^ Project of Comprehensive Development and Construction of Tangshan Caofeidian Eco-City Archived December 19, 2009, at the Wayback Machine 2008-06-13
  5. ^ Caofeidian by Jessie Tao 2006-03-01 16:05 (
  6. ^ A new jewel rising from the Tangshan Bay area

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Coordinates: 38°56?00?N 118°32?00?E / 38.93333°N 118.5333°E / 38.93333; 118.5333

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