1. The world’s major sea freight routes
    (1)North Atlantic route: Western Europe (Rotterdam, Hamburg, London, Copenhagen, St. Petersburg; Northern Europe Stockholm, Oslo, etc.) — North Atlantic — East Coast of North America (New York, Quebec, etc.)), South Coast (Port of New Orleans, etc.) ) via the Straits of Florida).
    (2)Asia-Europe route (Suez Canal route): East Asia (Yokohama, Shanghai, Hong Kong and other ports, passing through Taiwan, bus strait , etc.), Southeast Asia (Singapore, Manila, etc.)—Strait Malacca—Indian Ocean (South Asia Colombo, Mumbai , Kolkata, Karachi, etc.) — Bab el Mandeb Strait (Aden) — Red Sea — Suez Canal (Alexandria) — Mediterranean Sea (Tunisia, Genoa) — Strait of Gibraltar — England (Dover) Strait —Western European countries.
    (3)Cape of Good Hope route: West Asia (Abadan and other places, via the Strait of Hormuz), East Asia, Southeast Asia, South Asia — Indian Ocean — East Africa (Dar es Salaam) — Mozambique Strait — Cape of Good Hope (Cape Town) — Atlantic Ocean — West Africa (Dagar) — Western Europe. Giant ships of more than 250,000 tons cannot pass through the Suez Canal and need to bypass the Cape of Good Hope at the southern tip of Africa.
    (4)North Pacific route: Eastern and southeastern Asia—Pacific Ocean—West coast of North America (San Francisco, Los Angeles, Vancouver, Seattle, etc.) is the international trade route between Asia and North American countries. With the economic development of East Asia, the volume of trade on these routes continues to increase. These 4 routes are the busiest in the world. The North Atlantic route is the busiest maritime shipping route in the world, and the Cape of Good Hope route is the route with the largest oil transportation volume. It is known as the “sea lifeline” of Western countries.
    (5)Panama Canal Route: East Coast of North America — Panama Canal (Panama City) — West Coast Port of North America. It is a shortcut connecting the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans and is of great significance in connecting the east and west coasts of the United States.
    (6)South Pacific routes: routes between countries in the Asia-Pacific region (Sydney, Wellington) – the Pacific Ocean (Honolulu) – the west coast of South America (Lima, Valparaiso, etc.).
  1. Main domestic routes
    near ocean route
    (1)China-North Korea route
    (2)China-Japan routes
    (3)China-Vietnam route
    (4)China-Hong Kong route
    (5)China-CIS Far East route
    (6)China-Philippines Route
    (7)China-Singapore-Malaysia route
    (8)China-North Kalimantan route
    (9)China-Gulf of Thailand route
    (10)China-Indonesia route
    (11)China-Bay of Bengal route
    (12)China-Sri Lanka route
    (13)China-Persian Gulf route
    (14)China-Australia and New Zealand routes
    ocean routes
    (1)China-Red Sea route
    (2)China-East Africa route
    (3)China-West Africa route
    (4)China-Mediterranean route
    (5)China-Western Europe route
    (6)China-Northern Europe and Baltic Sea routes
    (7)China-North America route
    (8)China-Central and South America routes

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