Yingkou Port throughput in 2007 was more than 2007 tons which became the tenth Chinese 100 million tons port. The throughput in 2012 reached 300 million tons which became China's eighth coastal port which was the 11th world port. The container throughput in 2015 was more than 5.92 million TEU, the throughput was 340 million tons in 2015, the sea-railway combined transportation capacity was 42.7 units which continued to maintain the first in the country.
The shipping business of Yingkou port extends in more than 50 countries and regions in the world and 140 ports. It has opened in Japan, Korea and southeast Asia and other countries and regions for more than ten international container liner routes and several straight lines of transfer ports in the world. More than 300 shifts and 40 container routes every month cover major ports along China's coast. Main handing commodities are: containers, cars, coal, grain, ore, steel, heavy equipment, chemicals, crude oil, refined oil products and liquid chemicals, crude oil, expenses, wood machinery and equipment, fruits, vegetables and so on.