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The head office in Seoul manages overall operations of the company including providing direct and indirect support to business sites all over Korea, opening new accounts in Seoul, Gyeonggi-do, and Incheon regions, managing existing accounts, and strategic planning. Also, the head office serves as staff for management, carrying out data collection, data analysis and new business development. It also strives to enhance the efficiency of CS and achieve global competitiveness by streamlining and standardizing the operation process and developing the integrated information system.
Busan Branch, responsible for handling more than 10% of the total volume of container imports and exports at the Busan Port, a hub for global logistics, is equipped with cutting-edge equipment and facilities, and professional workers. Busan Branch is leading the logistics industry in Korea in major business areas including container transportation, port stevedoring, container terminal operation, and storage service.
The KCTC Customer Support Team is located at Jungang-dong, Jung-gu, Busan, in order to get closer to our clients. We have experts who have knowhow accumulated over long period of time from performing bonded transportation for import transportation, interior packing clearance , allocation of imported cargo for each shipping company and list management, and bonded transportation license management. In performing our operation roles of transporting our clients’ imported cargoes from Busan to anywhere in the country, we are giving our best efforts for the convenience of our clients. 9, Chungjang-daero 13beon-gil, Jung-gu, Busan
Busan Port, the central port of the world’s logistics, and among others, under the Busan Branch, which is leading the domestic logistics industry, is the Busan Port International Passenger Terminal opened within the Busan North Port Redevelopment site in August 2015, and is performing its role as the gateway for a new marine transportation of Busan, the marine capital, and at the same as the hub of marine transportation in the Northeast Asian region, being worthy of its name. Our company is operating NEW CAMELLIA (HAKATA PORT), which KoreaFerry is sailing daily, PANSTAR DREAM (OSAKA PORT) by PanStar Group shipping company for 3 times a week, STARLINK HOPE (TOKYO and TSURUGA PORT) for twice a week, to handle cargoes of RORO ships in performing container and bulk unloading promptly and accurately with state-of-the-art equipment and facilities, and accumulated technology and knowhow. Thus, we can be considered the representative terminal of the North Port. International Passenger Terminal, 206, Chungjang-daero, Dong-gu, Busan
Located in Masan Free Export Zone , Masan Branch has been in charge of Masan Port stevedoring, general land transport, and mostly land and seaways transport of heavy cargoes since its establishment in 1982. Particularly, Masan Branch acquired ISO9001 certification in heavy cargo handling and strives to provide a higher quality service for our clients with the support of skilled special equipment operators and technicians in Masan Branch.
Since its opening in 1992, Ulsan Branch has been carrying out various businesses including container loading & unloading, container transportation, general cargo unloading and transportation, and CY operation. Ulsan Branch plays a key role in Korea’s export industry by employing the top equipment and professionals. Ulsan Branch always strives to provide safe and flawless port stevedoring service, and timely and accurate transportation service.
Seoul Branch, located within Bugok Railway CY, functions as the mid-point for the transportation of imports and exports of Gyeonggi and Incheon region, and is part of the systemic transportation network which links CYs all over the country including Busan CY and other regions including Incheon, Gumi, Masan, and Ulsan.
Particularly, since the opening of Korea Uiwang Container Freight Station (CFS) within Uiwang ICD Terminal 2 in April 1997, Seoul Branch has become more diverse and professional in its business and is still evolving as the volume handled increases with new transportation contracts with new shipping companies and freight owners.
Incheon Branch opened in December 1977, through the acquisition of a container yard with the land area of 15,438.02 m². In February 1988, the two-story office-building with the size of 231.4 m² was newly built, and in June that same year, an additional container yard of 8,330.58 m²was newly built. Consequently, Incheon Branch now has CY with the total land area of 23,768.60 m², and has recently built an open storage yard for EMPTY containers (Korea 2nd CY) which is 13,223.14 m²in land area.
Although the branch itself is a medium size with a total of 28 employees (13 office workers and 15 technicians), they have licenses in various fields including the Traffic Safety Controller license, the Bonded Goods Caretaker license, and the mechanic license. Thus, they are doing everything possible to ensure that administrative works are carried out carefully. Also, all employees are trained to carry out the field work including allocation of cars to better serve the clients’ needs.
Gumi Branch is located in the biggest inland electronic industrial complex. It is specifically located in Gumi National Industrial Complex (Complex No. 1) whose export performance has been the best in the country. This location enables Gumi Branch to be at the forefront of the integrated logistics hub linked to Daegu and Gyeongbuk region and transport clients’ freights safely and timely.
Pyeongtaeck Branch is located in Pyeongtaek Port, a China trading port whose distance to the coastal industrial belts in China is the shortest. Its location allows easy access to the metropolitan area as well. The branch provides top-notch logistics service based on its rich experience in bulk cargo service including heavy cargo handling and transportation, and feed supplementary component stevedoring.
Gwangyang Branch is located in the logistics complex in the eastern part of the Gwangyang Port, which is a free trade zone. The branch is equipped with 2 logistics areas, which amount to about 99,173.55 m². Through operating CYs and warehouses made of panels within the branch, Gwangyang Branch functions as an international logistics hub and a domestic logistics base, offering integrated logistics services including cargo collection, loading, unloading, storage, processing for distribution, transshipment, customs clearance, transport and delivery.
Jungbu Branch, located near Jungbu ICD Terminal and Bugang Cargo Station in Sejong-si, is situated at the central point of the transportation network linking the five major regions in Korea. It is also located close to the transportation network of major cities in Chungcheong region (Daejeon, Cheongju, Cheonan, and Chungju). This location supports Jungbu Branch’s efforts to transport freights from nearby clients in a timely manner.