Incheon (KRINC)



portInfoDetails.portInfo.address Seohaero 193 (1-17 7(chil)-ga Hang-dong) Jung-gu Incheon Korea, South





portInfoDetails.portInfo.corporateOfiice Seohaero 193 (1-17 7(chil)-ga Hang-dong) Jung-gu Incheon Korea, South

portInfoDetails.portInfo.annualCargoTonnage149.8 million tons

portInfoDetails.portInfo.annualCargoVolume1.9 million TEUs

The Incheon Regional Maritime Affairs and Port Office is the port authority for the Port of Incheon and two other coastal ports in Yeonpyeongdo and Yonggipo. The port authority is responsible for constructing, managing, and operating the ports; maintaining the order of marine traffic; preserving the marine environment, and administering navigation aids. The port authority is a branch of South Korea's Ministry of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs. Several divisions within the Ministry have responsibility for port activities in Korea.

There are no unique Country Requirements / Restrictions for this port.You can always reach out to us directly in case of any further queries.



Country Requirements & Restrictions
MARITIME INSURANCE: Under the Incoterms (shipping terms) agreed to by the parties in a transaction, if the exporter is responsible for insurance, a marine insurance policy or insurance certificate is required. BILL OF LADING: A clean bill of lading identifying the name of the shipper, the name and address of the consignee, the name of the port of destination, description of the cargo, a price list of freight and insurance charges (CIF), and attestation of carrier’s acceptance on board for the goods is sufficient. There are no regulations pertaining to the form of the bill of lading nor the number of bills of lading required to clear customs. As bills of lading are for ocean and overland cargos, the airway bill of lading replaces the bill of lading for air cargo shipments.

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