Port History

  • 2013.12 : Construction of 1 berth (#8) with the capacity of DWT 50,000 ton at Godae pier
  • 2012.12 : Construction of 1 berth (#4) with the capacity of DWT 50,000 ton and 2 berths (#2, 3)
    with the capacity of DWT 30,000 ton each at Godae pier
  • 2012.12 : Construction of 1 berth (#8) with the capacity of DWT 20,000 ton and 2 berths (#12, 13)
    with the capacity of DWT 5,000 ton each at the Hyundai Steel steel product pier
  • 2012.07 : Construction of 7 berths with the capacity of DWT 3,000 ton each at the Sand pier
  • 2012.03 : Construction of 1 berth (#3) with the capacity of DWT 30,000 ton at the West pier cement pier
  • 2011.07 : Construction of 2 berths (#8, 9) with the capacity of DWT 50,000 ton each
    at the West pier grain pier
  • 2011.05 : Construction of 1 berth (#7) with the capacity of DWT 30,000 ton at Godae pier
  • 2010.12 : Construction of 1 berth (#2) with the capacity of DWT 50,000 ton at the East pier automobile pier
  • 2010.09 : Construction of 1 berth (#2) with the capacity of DWT 30,000 ton at the West pier cement pier
  • 2010.07 : Construction of 1 berth (#1) with the capacity of DWT 30,000 ton at the West pier cement pier
  • 2010.05 : Construction of 3 berths (#14, 15, 16) with the capacity of DWT 30,000 ton each at the East pier
  • 2010.02 : Container liners operated by MAERSK, the largest shipping company in the world,
    makes berth at Pyeongtaek, Dangjin Port
  • 2009.04 : Construction of 1 berth (#5) with the capacity of DWT 100,000 ton and 1 berth (#4)
    with the capacity of DWT 200,000 ton at the Hyundai Steel pier
  • 2009.03 : Designation of phase 1 port hinterland complex (free trade zone) for Pyeongtaek, Dangjin Port
  • 2008.12 : Construction of 2 berths (#2, 3) with the capacity of DWT 50,000 ton each at Godae pier
  • 2008.11 : Construction of 1 berth (#3) with the capacity of DWT 50,000 ton at the East pier
  • 2008.09 : Construction of 2 berths (#6, 7) with the capacity of DWT 50,000 ton each at the East pier
  • 2007.08 : Construction of 1 berth (#8) with the capacity of DWT 30,000 ton at the East pier
  • 2007.07 : Construction of 2 berths (#4, 5) at the East pier Kia Motors pier
  • 2007.06 : Construction of 2 berths (#4, 5) and 1 berth (#7) with the capacity of DWT 30,000 ton each
    at the Hyundai Steel steel products pier
  • 2005.02 : Construction of the international passenger pier
  • 2004.12 : Port name changed to Pyeongtaek, Dangjin Port
  • 2004.11 : Construction of 1 berth (#9) with the capacity of DWT 30,000 ton at the East pier
  • 2003.07 : Establishment of the Pyeongtaek Regional Maritime Affairs and Port Office
  • 2001.08 : Construction of the international passenger terminal
  • 2001.08 : Construction of 2 berths (#6, 7) with the capacity of DWT 30,000 ton each at the West pier
  • 2000.10 : First container liner enters port (Pyeongtaek-Hong Kong)
  • 1997.12 : Construction of 4 berths (#10, 11, 12, 13) with the capacity of DWT 30,000 ton each
    at the East pier
  • 1997.11 : Construction of 1 berth (#1) with the capacity of DWT 5,000 ton at Godae pier
  • 1996.07 : Selected as one of 3 national project ports and 5 national development projects
  • 1986.12 : Opened as a type 1 designated port 「international trade port」
  • 1986.10 : First LNG liner enters port