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Logistics and Distribution

Centrally located in Northeast Asia, Korea has excellent infrastructure, including world-class
airports and ports, to become the gateway to the Chinese market and global logistics market.

Status of Korean logistics industry (2014)

Incheon International Airport
Cargo Traffic volume
The World's 2nd largestBusan Port
Cargo transshipment volume
The World's 3rd largest

* Source : KCCI, Statistics Korea

Korea’s major logistics infrastructure

Korea is centrally located in Northeast Asia and has a well-developed network of airports and ports,
offering fast access to various cities and countries around the world.

  • Incheon Int'l Airport and 
    Port of Incheon

    • Incheon Port

      • Korea’s third-largest container port
        in terms of container throughput
      • Specializes in sea-air multimodal
    • Incheon Int'l Airport

      • The world’s second-largest airport
        in terms of cargo throughput
      • Rated the world’s best
        seven years in a row
  • Pyeongtaek Port

    • Korea’s fourth-largest container port
    • Has the largest pier devoted to car
      exports and imports
  • Yeosu-Gwangyang Port

    • The world’s 15th largest port and
      Korea’s 2nd largest container port
    • Easy access to the Chinese market
    • Promoting investment in the
      hinterlands of Gwangyang Harbor
      (468,359 m2 available for lease)
  • Ulsan Port

    • Korea’s largest industry-supporting
    • Recorded Korea's 5th largest cargo
      throughput in 2014
    • The world's 4th largest liquid cargo
  • Busan Port

    • The world’s 5th and Korea’s largest
      container port
    • Serves as a Northeast Asian center
      of transshipments, with feeder
      networks connecting most of the
      ports in Japan and the coastal area
      of China
    • Handles 75% of the national port
      container cargo

* Source : Invest Korea (2014)

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