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Infrastructure

The lack of infrastructure for logistics has become a stumbling block for Gwangyang Port to advance as the hub of Northeast Asia. To address the problem, Yeosu Regional Office of Oceans and Fisheries has built many supporting facilities requiring the logistics not only to provide convenience to port users but also to promote entry into logistics business by lowering investment costs during the initial phase of operation.

01.Hwanggeum Logistics Center
  • Constructed by: Yeosu Regional Office of Oceans and Fisheries
  • Objectives : To form a cooperative logistics business model in Northeast Asia and to create high-added values for port operation.
  • Location : Gwangyang Port East Hinterland, Stage 1
  • Scale
    - Land : 73,612㎡(22,267,63pyeong)
    - Building : level 1(33,224㎡), level 2(11,101㎡)
  • Completion (Operation Commencement) : Apr. 2008
  • Tenants : Samsung TESCO, , Dongbu Gwangyang Logistics Center, Sebang Consortium

02.Free Trade Support and Management Operation Building
  • Constructed by :Yeosu Regional Office of Oceans and Fisheries
  • Objectives :To boost hinterland logistics complex of Gwangyang Port by attracting more logistics business and enhancing management
  • Location : Gwangyang Port East Hinterland, Stage 1
  • Building
    - Land : 5,922㎡
    - Building : 3 ground levels 882.42㎡(680pyeong)
  • Project Period :2007 ~ Apr. 2008
  • Project Cost : KRW 3.4 billion
  • Completion : 2008. 4
    Free Trade Support and Management Operation Building
    Land area building area total floor area
    total level 1 level 2 level 3
    5,922㎡ 882.42㎡ 2,428.96㎡ 733.50㎡ 842.12㎡ 853.34㎡
03.Seafare’s Center

Constructed by : : Yeosu Regional Office of Oceans and Fisheries

  • Objectives : To provide welfare and convenience facilities to seafarers and their families
  • Location : Near Government Vessel Terminal, Container Terminal
  • Scale : 3 ground levels 2,360㎡(715pyeong)
  • Constructed by : ’05. 3 ~ ’06.12
  • Completion : ’06.12.26 (Extension of the building)
  • Run by : Korea Seafarer's Welfare and Employment Center
  • Operation Status : Welfare and convenience facilities, including restaurant, fitness center, billiard room, game room and public bath.
    Seafare’s Center facilities and history
    Classification level facilities and scale
    building level 3 six offices (total: 407㎡) small conference room(91㎡), dormitory(61㎡)
    level 2 restaurant(194㎡), fitness center(94㎡), game room(72㎡),
    public bath(181㎡)
    level 1 resting area(234㎡), restauran(140㎡), convenience store(94㎡),
    missionary center(㎡)
04.Frozen and Cold Storage
  • Constructed by :Yeosu Regional Office of Oceans and Fisheries
  • Objectives : To secure supporting facilities to meet increasing logistics volume that requires frozen and cold storage.
  • Location : In between steel transportation yard to the east and Jungma District Scale
  • Scale
    - Total Floorage 4,933㎡(1.500pyeong , storage capacity of 3,000 ~ 6,000 tons)
    - Level 1(3,912㎡) : 6 freezer and refrigerated compartments, Level 2 (1,021㎡)
  • Project Period : ‘05. 2 ~ ’06. 8
  • Completion : ’06. 8.22
  • Run by : Dongbu Express Total Logistics
05.Composite Transportation Company Supporting Facility
  • Constructed by : Yeosu Regional Oceans & Fisheries Officee
  • Objectives: : To provide additional processing of cargo working and comprehensive transportation services in Gwangyang Port
  • Location : In between the steel transportation yard to the east and Jungma District
  • Scale
    - Total Floor area 2,172㎡(657pyeng )
    - Level 1(1,944㎡) Warehouse, Level 2(228㎡) Office
  • Project Period : ‘05. 2 ~ ’05.12
  • Completion : ’05. 12. 9
  • Run by : Dongbu Express Total Logistics
06.Truck Station
  • Constructed by : SKCTA (KCA+SK)
  • Objectives :To secure a parking space for container trucks and resting area for drivers (Required by the Freight Union on Jun. 2003)
  • Location : In between steel transportation yard to the east and Jungma District
  • Scale
    - Land: 8,076 pyeong, Building: 829 pyeong
    - Resting area (level 1), repair center (level 2), fueling station (level 1) -Run by
  • Project Period : ‘04. 7 ~ ’05. 12
  • Completion : ’05.12 9
  • Operated by : SKCTA
07.LME Warehouse

LME (London Metal Exchange)

Overview of LEM
  • World's largest nonferrous metal exchange center established in 1877
  • Copper, tin, lead, zinc, nickel, aluminum, silver and aluminum alloy (8 items)
LME Operation System
  • With the headquarter as the center, LME members consist of exchange members, trading companies, warehousing companies, financial organizations and manufacturing companies.
  • LME Headquarters does not own a warehouse. Instead, it has private warehousing companies run LME-designated warehouses with its approval.
  • By warehousing and storing metal surpluses, LME warehouses distribute and control supplies.
LME Port Designation in Korea
  • LME port approval on Gwangyang Port (Nov. 16, 2001), Busan Port (Oct. 2002) and Incheon Port (Jul. 19, 2007)
  • About 400 designated warehouses from 12 countries worldwide are in operation in 43 regions. The LME-designated ports in Asia are Singapore, Hakata and Kobe from Japan and Busan, Gwangyang and Incheon from Korea.
LME Significance of LME Port Designation
  • Acknowledging political and economic stability of Korea/ Increasing logistics volume by LME warehousing and forwarding/ Activating transportation fields through increase in sales that are related to storage operation such as cargo working and storage, etc./ Enabling domestic companies to trade nonferrous metal at low prices/ Developing new financial product of 'movable property secured loan' with LME warehouse certificate as collateral.

08.Empty container Yard
Objectives
  • To activate Gwangyang port by keeping supply and demand of empty containers in balance and improving productivity of terminals.
2006 development project(Stage 1): 279,490㎡/Block 1, 2, 3
  • Construction range: ground working only for block 1, build block 2, build block 3
  • Only ground leveling for block 1/ complete ascon paving for block 2 and 3
  • Began on Aug. 10, 2006/ Completed on Dec. 26, 2006
2008-2009 development project(Stage 2): 185,000㎡(including 52,800㎡ ascon paving for block 1)
  • Construction range : ascon paving for block 1, preparing part of block 5 and block 6
  • Project cost: KRW 8.6 billion. Mar. 18, 2008: Consigning agreement (between our Administration and Korea Container Terminal Authority)
  • Apr. 29, 2008 ~ Jul.28, 2008: Design / Began on Aug. 10, 2008 / ‘Completed on Oct. 20, 2009: Completion
2010-2011 development project(Stage 3): Block 4 in 2011 & part of block 5, 73,992㎡
09.Exclusive Warehouse for Hazardous Substance
Objectives
  • Due to the lack of storage for hazardous substances nearby Gwangyang port, most of the hazardous substances from Yeosu Industrial Complex are stored at ports far away at a significant cost of logistics. By building an exclusive warehouse for hazardous substances in the hinterland near Gwangyang port, we tried to tackle this problem along while improving the transshipment service for shipping companies.
Free Trade Support and Management Operation Building
Classification Storage for hazardous substance storage for high pressure gas yard storage office building
(including a security office)
Ga-dong Na-dong Da-dong
Total floor area(㎡) 980.84 980.84 657.77 2321.88 392.63
total(㎡) 2619.45 2321.88 392.63
scale Level 1 Level 1 Level 1 - Level 2
10.Steel Transportation Yard
Steel transportation yard to the East
  • Owner/Completion Day : Yeosu Regional Office of Oceans and Fisheries/ ’98. 12. 31
Free Trade Support and Management Operation Building
Land railway line loading equipment number of time train is towed train(‘08.1.1)
52,739pyeng
174,344.6㎡
(CYarea: 59,657㎡)
working ship 3line×733m
transit line 3line×701m
T/C 2(Korea Container Terminal Authority)
R/S 1(Korea Express)
train 1
transport 22-25/12th
North bound lane
Southbound lane 6 times per day)
Steel transportation yard to the West
  • Business coverage : Railway 7.16km (extension of signal station, Steel transportation yard (1), Steel transportation equipment (3)
  • Project Period : Dec.26, 2005-Jul.20, 2010 (55 months
  • Scale : 382,500 TEU
  • Railway line scale
    - Side track: 9 (except main railway line 1)
    - Effective length of track: 600-756m
  • Steel Transportation equipment: RMGC (3)
  • Route open for traffic in operation : Gwangwang steel mill line Chonam signal station-Gwangyang Port Steel transportation yard to the West (7.16km), Lead-in railway and steel transportation yard
11.International Logistics Center
Objectives
  • To activate the free trade zone in the port hinterland by creating more cargos from more small and medium size consignors home and abroad who deal with LCL in the port logistics complex.
  • Constructed by: Korea Container Terminal Authority
  • Project Period: 2009-2010
  • Location: #823, Doe-dong, Gwangyang
  • Overview on Facilities
    - 1 Warehouse: total floor area 11.120㎡, CY(container yard) construction 14,708㎡