Guangzhou Port Awarded the "National May Day Labor Certificate"

Recently, Guangzhou Port Co., Ltd. was awarded the National May Day Labor Certificate in the 2023 International Labor Day Celebration & the National May Day Labor Award and the National Worker Pioneer Commendation Conference held in Beijing.
Chen Hongwei, General Manager of Guangzhou Port Co., Ltd., participated in the 2023 Guangdong Celebration of the "May Day" International Labor Day and the May Day Labor Award Commendation Conference, and participated in the Guangzhou Theme Gala for the celebration of the “May Day” International Labor Day, as a representative of the advanced collectives of the National May Day Labor Award.
 “Guangzhou Port is the only port that has been continuously open for over two thousand years in the history of transportation around the world. We have built ‘Guangzhou Scheme’ - the world’s first fully automated terminal Nansha Phase IV in the Nansha Port area. This terminal is jointly built by Chinese national brand enterprises, using unmanned driving, Beidou navigation and other technologies to achieve unmanned operation, and its level of intelligence has reached a global leading level. This achievement can be replicated in traditional terminals in the Greater Bay Area, thus driving the high-quality development of the port and shipping industry in the Greater Bay Area,” Chen Hongwei said in an interview,
Guangzhou Port is the main entity for the construction of a port-based national logistics hub and the main force in implementing the “Nansha Plan" and enhancing the functions of Nansha International Shipping Hub; and it is the largest comprehensive hub port and international container trunk line port in South China. It has successively received awards and honors such as the Guangdong May Day Labor Certificate, the "Gold Quality” Award for Corporate Governance for listed companies, and the National 5A-level Comprehensive Service Logistics Enterprise.
Guangzhou Port has earnestly implemented the spirit of the General Secretary Xi Jinping's important instructions on port work, and taken the initiative to align with major national and regional development strategies, building Nansha core hub port area with world-class standards, and constructing a modern comprehensive logistics system that is based on the Bay Area and radiates to South China and connects to the world. It has built a fully automated container terminal with Chinese intelligence and fully independent intellectual property rights, achieving deep integration and development with regional ports. It has also made great efforts in terms of building a port-based national logistics hub, promoting the national sea-rail intermodal transport demonstration projects, comprehensively enhancing the functions of the shipping logistics hub, and training a high-quality and skilled professional team for ports. It has strived to build first-class facilities, first-class technology, first-class management and first-class services, promoting economic and social development, guaranteeing the stability and security of industrial and supply chains, and demonstrating its port responsibility in accelerating the construction of a new development pattern.
At present, Guangzhou Port has a number of routes connected to over 300 ports in over 100 countries and regions around the world, with barge feeder lines connecting ports in the Pearl River Delta water system. Its sea-rail intermodal trains cover inland hinterland regions such as south central China and southwestern China, playing a supportive role in ensuring the stability of the industrial and supply chains and maintaining food and energy security.
Guangzhou Port has also actively integrated into the regional coordinated development strategy, actively participating in port project cooperation in nine cities in Guangdong, including Chaozhou, Maoming, Zhongshan, Foshan, Yunfu, Shaoguan and Jieyang. Through complementary advantages and efficient collaboration, it aims to jointly build a world-class port cluster, leveraging the role of revitalizing the cities, strengthening industries and promoting cooperation through ports, and promoting high-quality coordinated development in the region. (The Labor Union of the Group)