Hanjin Shipping's 14 dedicated terminals and 2 logistics center are located in important hub ports worldwide, handle about 7 million TEU annually. Hanjin Shipping continues to invest in hub ports. After establishing the first dedicated terminal in Seattle in 1986, it expanded its facilities to Longbeach in 1991, Osaka in 1992, and Tokyo in 1994 step by step. In 1998, a turning point for Hanjin Shipping’s terminal business, the dedicated terminals were established in Busan(Gamcheon, Gamman), Gwangyang in Korea, and Kaohsiung in Taiwan. After that time, Hanjin Shipping obtained a dedicated terminal in Oakland to handle increasing container traffic, and in 2002, it expanded Longbeach terminal to about 1.52 million square meters. In 2005 and 2006, terminals at Pyongtaek and Antwerp was established,and Pyongtaek Terminal have expanded its berths from two to four in 2008.Moreover, world's first port with horizontal automatic yard system in Busan New Port was established in 2009.In 2010, the first semi-automatic terminal in the Meditterranean area, TTI Algeciras was established and in 2012, Gyeong-In terminal, located in the connection point of Korea and Northern China, has been established.