Seaport of Cebu
Cebu is a seaport with the code PHCEB. The port is located in the Philippines, and is managed by the Cebu Port Authority. The main connections here are Cebu – MOP-MOP and to other ports in the country. The port is located in the northern part of the country, situated in the narrow strait between the main island of Cebu and the island of Lapu-Lapu. It is an artificial port, being among a group of medium-sized facilities, covering an area of 12 ha. It is an international port, with 495 lay-time berth spots. The passenger terminal is 2688 m2 in size, and it’s partially open. The facility is fully air conditioned. There is a spacious lobby that houses the Port’s Bureau. The terminal also has a send-off area, and also a dining hall. Wi-Fi is available for free at the terminal. Regular operations began on 21 November 2014. In 2011, the port accepted 181,419 containers and 9,596,102 tons of cargo. 73,491 domestic and 911 foreign ships called into the port.
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Shipowners supports port Cebu: APL, CMA / CGM, COSCO, Ecu-Line, Evergreen, Hanjin, Hapag Lloyd, Hyundai, K-Line, MOL, Norasia, NYK, OWL, Yang Ming, ZIM / KLB.