Shipping and Logistics/Ports and Harbors/Maritime Affairs and Safety Policy

2030 Port Policy and Implementation Strategy
  • Realization of High Value-added Smart Port with Global Competitiveness
2030 Target

Cargo Volume

19.6 billion tons

Induced Production

KRW 83 trillion

Induced Value Added

28 trillion won

Job Creation

Implementation Strategy
1. Laying the foundation for smart maritime logistics through port automation and digitalization
① Establishing smart logistics connection network through port logistics infomatization and intellectualization
② Establishment of digital port infrastructure management system using 4th industrial technology
2. Strengthening global competitiveness through continuously expanding port facilities
① Constructing Busan Port and Jinhae New Port in right time to consolidate its status as a logistic hub in Northeast Asia
② Developing Gwangyang Port as the best integrated logistics port in Asia connected to industries at the hinterland
③ Specialized development of ports in West-sea areas such as Incheon Port as trade foothold for China
④ Developing ports in East-sea areas such as Ulsan Port as a forward base of new northern energy and logistics
3. Increasing sustainability through coexistence among ports and communities
① Expanding investment and creating jobs through diversifying port functions
② Promoting regional development through rehabilitation of old and idle ports
③ Transform the port into clean and safe space