Tianjin Port Holdings

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Tianjin Port Holdings Company Limited
天津港股份有限公司
public
Traded as SSE: 600717
Industry Port operations
Founded1992
Headquarters,
China
Area served
China
Key people
Chairman: Mr. Yu Rumin
Parent Tianjin Port (Group)
Website Tianjin Port Holdings Company Limited

Tianjin Port Holdings Company Limited, formerly Tianjin Port Storage and Transportation Holdings Limited, is engaged in the operations of Tianjin Port, the warehousing and storage of cargo and the provision of freight forwarding and shipping brokerage services. [1] It is parented by Tianjin Port (Group). Its A shares were listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange in 1996. Its name was changed to Tianjin Port Holdings Company Limited in 1998.

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