Logistics Network

Extensive infrastructure

 KKJ sits at a strategic nexus between Honshu and Kyushu with a land access network extending in three directions to Honshu, East Kyushu, and West Kyushu. The city’s extensive air, sea, and land transportation infrastructure include two container terminals facing the Seto Inland Sea and the Sea of Japan, as well as various port facilities catering to RORO ferries and conventional vessels complemented by a 24-hour maritime airport and rail freight terminal. Sophisticated integrated transport options such as Sea & Sea, Sea & Rail, and Sea & Air create seamless connections for all transport modes.

National and international composite logistics base

 KKJ maximizes opportunities in the Asian market, taking advantage of its status as a logistics base providing comprehensive support to a wide range of businesses through its highly effective and efficient logistics network.

Moji (Tachinoura) Container Terminal

1Moji (Tachinoura) Container Terminal

 This prominent container terminal in West Japan, known as Port Moji, enjoys global recognition as a gateway to Asia, providing exceptional logistics services backed by its robust route network and geographical advantages.
Hibiki Container Terminal

2Hibiki Container Terminal

 Operational since 2005, Hibiki Container Terminal is a top-tier facility with a deep water quay (-15 m) that can accommodate large Post-Panamax container ships. The expansive industrial land behind the terminal is quickly emerging as a site for logistics facilities and factories.
Kokura RORO Terminal

3Kokura RORO Terminal

 Kokura RORO Terminal offers regular international RORO services to Busan New Port 6 times a week (Camellia Line).
Tanoura RORO Terminal

4Tanoura RORO Terminal

 With storage capacity of approximately 2,000 automobiles, Tanoura RORO Terminal operates as an export base for used cars and as a port of call for pure car carriers (PCC) predominantly to Oceania and Caribbean. The terminal is also used by RORO ships as an international transport base for precision equipment.
Kokura (Asano) Ferry Terminal

5Kokura (Asano) Ferry Terminal

 This ferry terminal offers an unmatched level of convenience, with daily services to Matsuyama (Ehime Prefecture), from its prime location near the city center and convenient access to the JR train network.
Shinmoji Ferry Terminal

6Shinmoji Ferry Terminal

 With four services daily to Osaka/Kobe, one daily service to Tokyo and Tokushima, and seven RORO services per week to Nagoya, this terminal is one of the largest ferry bases in Western Japan with easy and frequent access to high-demand areas.
Kitakyushu Freight Terminal Station

7Kitakyushu Freight Terminal Station

 This modern railway freight station is equipped with cutting-edge technology and serves as a vital link for rail transportation connecting stations all over Japan. The adoption of the Effective and Speedy Container Handling (E&S) method, where cargo is loaded and unloaded directly on platforms along the main tracks, has streamlined operations and resulted in significant time savings.
Kitakyushu Airport

8Kitakyushu Airport

 Located on an artificial island, Kitakyushu Airport operates around the clock, offering flexible and convenient services for domestic and international freight.