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Guide to shipping routes
Overview of routes to Busan, Okinawa, and Shimabara
 

Regularly scheduled container routes for foreign trade
Regularly scheduled container route between the Port of Miike and the Port of Busan

The Port of Miike is involved in a new form of distribution by shipping containers to China and Southeast Asia. This enables the prompt reception and delivery of freight to respond to the trend in distribution toward small lots and the just-in-time system.

Reducing the land transport distance by using nearby ports lessens the possibility of freight damage during shipment and significantly assists the environmental protection measures by holding down CO2 emissions generated by land transport.

 
Port of Miike International Container Service Rotation
Ship: NOVA
International gross tonnage: 3,139G/T
Number of sailings: One per week (port entry on Saturdays)
Shipping company:

Heung-A Shipping Co. Ltd.

Date service began:

April 2006

   
China (Busan Transshipment Service)  Southeast Asia (Busan Transshipment Service)
 
Liaison for regularly scheduled container routes for foreign trade
Ship company
HEUNG-A SHIPPING CO., LTD.

HOME PAGE http://www.heung-a.co.kr/
Agents in Japan
SAN EI SHIPPING CO., LTD.

HOME PAGE http://www.saneitk.co.jp/
Tokyo Main Office / 2F, Nihonbashi Sunrise Building, 2-3-10 Nihonbashi, Chuo Ward, Tokyo
Osaka Branch Office / 7F, Nantai Building, 4-2-20 Minamihon-machi, Chuo Ward, Osaka
Kyushu Branch Office / 1-4-3 Moji-ku, Kitakyuushuu-shi West Coast Nissan Senpaku Building 5F

(Port of Miike agents) Freight forwarding / Customs business
Japan coke industry Miike business establishment ship agency section Co., Ltd.
1 Shinko-machi, Omuta, Fukuoka Prefecture
TEL.0944-57-3135 FAX.0944-53-5914
Inquiries regarding containers
Container Department, Sales Division
TEL.0944-41-2411 FAX.0944-53-5914
E-mail miike-con@n-coke.com
Regularly scheduled container routes for domestic trade
The regularly scheduled Okinawa route
 There is one sailing a week on the domestic container route between the Port of Naha, Okinawa, and the Port of Miike. In addition to container units, it is possible to ship small volume freight that does not fill up a container, and large freight that will not fit in a container.
It is also possible to use the route for shipments of recycled freight (industrial waste).
Liaison for the regularly scheduled Okinawa route
Kaniyaku Corp. / Fukuoka Business Office
TEL.092-282-7510 FAX.092-272-2717
4F, Nichido Bldg. #2, 1-3 Shimokawabata-machi, Hakata Ward, Fukuoka City
Minami Nihon Kisen / Fukuoka Branch
TEL.092-271-1311 FAX.092-272-2717
(Port of Miike agents) Freight forwarding / Customs business
Japan coke industry Miike business establishment ship agency section Co., Ltd.
1 Shinko-machi, Omuta, Fukuoka Prefecture
TEL.0944-57-3135 FAX.0944-53-5914
Inquiries regarding containers
Container Department, Sales Division
TEL.0944-41-2411 FAX.0944-53-5914
E-mail miike-con@n-coke.com
Regularly Scheduled Passenger Routes
Miike - Shimabara Route
 

50 minutes to Shimabara / Five sailings daily

It takes about 50 minutes from the Port of Shimabara to the Port of Miike and two hours from Shimabara to Fukuoka. Therefore, it is extremely convenient to use this port via Fukuoka for tourism and business in Nagasaki and Shimabara

Please refer to the Shimabara Tetsudo website for information on passenger ship operation.
http://www.shimatetsu.co.jp


 
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