Top modern terminal in the midst of Asian trade

Our newest terminal is strategically located in the Tianjin Port, the nearest port to inland areas in North China and North-west China and the link connecting North-east and Middle-west Asia. This key location with its top modern facilities puts Odfjell Nangang Terminals Tianjin (ONTT) in a unique position to serve our customers. 

  • Total storage capacity: 137,800 cbm
  • 26 tanks
  • Stainless steel storage capacity: 7,000 cbm
  • Operated since 2016


The Tianjing Port is not only the closest port to Beijing, it is also the intersection point of Jingjin’s city zone and economic rim around Bohai Bay. ONTT first started operations in November 2016. Following the permanent tank farm license and the removal of operating restrictions, ONTT occupancy and throughput will increase and plans to further expand the terminal will start. 

ONTT provides services to producers demanding storage and jetty, and throughput services over its public jetty to remote storage terminals without waterfront access.


The terminal also services customers both in and out of the industry zone with storage and transfer through truck, rail and marine modes.  

ONTT is a joint venture project between Odfjell Terminals Asia and Tianjing Nangang Industrial Zone Port Co. Ltd. (NPCo). Odfjell was selected by Tianjin Economic-Technological Development Area (TEDA) to become Nangang Port Company’s exclusive joint venture partner in 2010 for the public liquids terminal and jetty facilities in the zone.

Odfjell holds 49% of the shareholding and NPCo holds 51%. Odfjell Terminals is owned by Odfjell SE (51%) and Lindsay Goldberg (49%). 

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Development area

ONTT is part of the Nangang Industrial Zone (NIZ), a green field development area planned by the Chinese Central Government to be the largest petrochemical zone in Northeast China. 

The NIZ is expected to accommodate the production of over 200 different petrochemicals. ONTT will service customers within the NIZ and customers using the zone for local distribution or export. It will have connections to road and rail, and a large marine infrastructure. 

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