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Measure sought to counter high shipping fees
The Ministry of Transport is weighing a measure to help prevent local businesses from inappropriate shipping charges and surcharges imposed by ship owners.

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Shipping surcharge probe nearly done
A Ministry of Transport investigation being conducted to resolve problems with new shipping surcharges imposed by international ship owners is due to be completed before the end of the month.

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Shipping giant on a prosperous voyage
During his first visit to Vietnam last week, A.P. Moller-Maersk Group chief executive officer Nils Smedegaard Andersen told VIR about the group's strong commitment to Vietnam's growth and development of the country’s shipping industry.

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Construction of 1st int'l transshipment port remains sluggish
Nearly two years after work was started, the construction of Van Phong international transshipment port in the central Khanh Hoa Province has stalled due to slow construction progress.

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Asia's largest ship lift to be developed in Vietnam
Rolls-Royce, the global power systems company, has today announced that it is to develop the largest ship lift in Asia, at a new repair yard near Hai Phong, Vietnam. This follows a decision to extend the Syncrolift ship lift currently being installed, which will be capable of docking Panamax size commercial ships.

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Halong Bay welcomes more maritime visitors
The five-star cruise liner SuperStar Aquarius with 2,200 foreign tourists and crew aboard docked at the world's natural heritage, Halong Bay, in the northern province of Quang Ninh on April 3.

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Grand Alliance Resumes Services to Japan
OOCL, which is a member of the Grand Alliance along with Hapag-Lloyd and NYK Line, said its services, KTX 1, 2 and 3, which provide connections to Southeast Asian ports through Japan, continue to operate normally.

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Shipping firms to contain problem
Foreign shipping lines have been left at sea by unclear liquidation procedures for abandoned containers at Vietnam's ports.

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Strategic Marine Wins Work Barge Contract
Strategic Marine (Australia) has just won a contract to supply a 27 metre work barge to service the energy and resources sector in Western Australia's north-west. This vessel will be built at Strategic Marine's largest shipyard in Vung Tau, Vietnam for Karratha business Offshore Plant Hire.

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Soai Rap River dredging project to go up for bid again
The government of HCMC has allowed the Department of Transport to put up a Soai Rap River dredging project for rebid, citing the impact of the volatile exchange rate between the local currency dong and the U.S. dollar.

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