Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has arrived at the blasts site to direct the rescue operation. So far, the explosions have claimed more than 100 lives.
Li arrived at the site of Tianjin blasts on Sunday afternoon.
He will visit firefighters, rescuers and those injured in the calamity.
He will also direct further rescue operations and treatment of the injured, as well as handling of the aftermath and production safety.
Li is representing the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, the State Council and Xi Jinping, general secretary of the CPC Central Committee.
So far, the explosions have killed 112 people and injured hundreds.