SEZ "Khorgos - Eastern gate"

Kazakhstan
Entry into service
November 2016
Area of the territory
45,9 km2

Functional zoning

- Dry port
- Logistics zone
- Industrial zone

Priority activities

- Logistics
- Production
And 7 more priority activities

Advantages

- Completed infrastructure
- Simplified customs procedures
- “One-contact” principle
- Tax and customs privileges
- Dry port multifunctionality
- Advantageous location and multimodality

Multimodality

“Western Europe – Western China” Highway
Railway branch: 3 narrow-gauge tracks;
3 broad-gauge tracks
Airport etc.

Contacts

423602, Panfilovsky district, Nurkent settlement, Special Economic Zone “Khorgos – Eastern Gates”, Kazakhstan
Tel.: + 7 7172 47 56 96
E-mail: info@sezkhorgos.kz
Сайт: http://www.sezkhorgos.kz/


Infrastructure

Dry port:
- two warehouses 5,000 m 2 each
- terminal for oversize cargo
- Sanitary and veterinary control lines
- Two freezing chambers with an area of 700 m2
- Access railway tracks with a length of 25 km (3 narrow and 3 broad gauge)

News on topic
Source: Lloyd's Loading List
News
12.22.2021
Port Throughput Indices
Source: Drewry
Analytics on topic
Article
04.27.2023
Evolution of China’s Belt and Road Initiative: Green Silk Road

The Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) remains one of China’s most important national strategies. In the past most achievements related to promoting the primary targets of the initiative, the land-based Silk Road Economic Belt and sea-based 21st Century Maritime Silk Road. In recent years, China has expanded its ambitions with the introduction of the Digital Silk Road, Green Silk Road, Health Silk Road, and Polar Silk Road. While developments in these four areas have already changed the BRI landscape, global investors’ knowledge of the progress being made is still nascent. In this four-part blog series, we delve into these dimensions of the BRI to allow global investors to better understand the initiative’s future roadmap and the relevant investment implications. This second blog covers the Green Silk Road.

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Article
04.26.2024
The EDB Macroeconomic Review. April 2024

In early 2024, short-term economic activity indicators demonstrated sustained high GDP growth rates.

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