Xiamen Port Affairs Building
Xiamen Port is located on the southeast coast of China, south of Fujian Province, at the mouth of the Jiulong River, at 118°04' east longitude and 24°27' north latitude; between Shanghai and Guangzhou, China, 200 nautical miles from Fuzhou Port to the northeast and Guangzhou to the south 389 nautical miles, 222 nautical miles east of Keelung Port in Taiwan Province. The port faces southeast and is connected by the Lantau Waterway and the Taiwan Strait. There are islands such as Kinmen, Dadan and Wuyu as barriers outside the port. There are many hills around the port and the conditions for sheltering are good. All kinds of ships are not restricted by tides in and out of the port. One of the foreign trade ports is also the main gateway for overseas Chinese to enter and exit the inland.
The shoreline bus of Xiamen Port is 154 kilometers, and the coastline suitable for port construction is 31.6 kilometers; the existing anchorage ground is 18.99 square kilometers each, and the planned anchorage area is 52 square kilometers. The total length of the approaching channel is about 40.3 kilometers, and the water depth is -14 meters. 100,000-ton ships can leave the port by tide.
As of April 2020, Xiamen Port is mainly engaged in the transportation of containers, bulk cargo and general cargo, as well as international cruises and passenger roaming to Taiwan. It also engages in port industry development, bonded, modern logistics and shipping services. 
Haicang Port Area of Xiamen Port (3 photos)
As of the end of 2019, Xiamen Port has opened 152 container liner routes, including 101 international routes, 12 internal branch lines, and 39 domestic trade lines.