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Establish Customs Department of Cai Mep port
In the morning of 14 January, Ba Ria-Vung Tau Customs Department held a ceremony of announcement on establishment and deployment of the Customs Department of Cai Mep port.

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Awaking Soai Rap River
In 1990, the Tan Tao Industrial Promotion Company (IPC) and Portcoast Consultant were trusted by the HCMCs management to awake Soai Rap River. The objective was to find a suitable location to build a new port, thus removing the Sai Gon port system from the citys inner to suburban areas to reduce traffic congestion and push up the development in the citys southern areas.

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Gov't leader listens to voters from key port city
Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has pledged best available conditions for the northern port city of Hai Phong to develop its economic projects in response to requests raised by voters from its Tien Lang district.

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Kien Giang starts construction of Xeo Nhau fishing port
The Kien Giang provincial Department of Agriculture and Rural Development yesterday started the construction of the Xeo Nhau fishing port in Xeo Nhau hamlet, Tan Thanh commune, An Minh district, with a total investment capital of VND 25.3 billion.

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Vinacomin to build seaport for bauxite transport
The State-owned Vietnam National Coal and Mineral Industries Group, or Vinacomin, is expected to start construction of a deepwater port by June to primarily serve a bauxite mining project in the Central Highlands.

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Southern Vietnamese port sets productivity record
The SP-PSA International Port set a new productivity record for Vietnamese container ports after it handled a 67,100-DWT vessel operated by APL Ireland at an average rate of 103 containers per hour last week, Thai News Service reported.

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The Signing Ceremony to Establish The Saigon Newport -Cypress Joint Stock Company
On January 7th 2010 in Ho Chi Minh city, Saigon Newport company and the subsidiaries of SNP including Tan Cang Logistics and Stevedoring Joint Stock company (TCL), Tan Cang Transportation Joint Stock Company No 2 (TC2) has signed the Joint venture contract and charter with Sun Cypress Shipping Company Limited (Hong Kong) to establish the Saigon Newport -Cypress Joint Stock Company (NPC). The business activities of NPC will include : waterway and inland transportation, shipping agency, cargo handling service, logistics services, Customs clearance services, ICD services, CY and warehouse leasing, multi modal international transportation services, sea-port operation.

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Study finds dramatic air quality improvement
Air pollution from ships, locomotives, trucks and other Port-related sources dropped significantly from 2005 to 2008 - including a 21 percent decrease in diesel particulate matter - a new air quality study shows.

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Lotte-Sea Logistics Easing Increasing Demand of Cold Storage In Vietnam
The high demand for storing imported food products and keeping export products (especially seafood) for shipment has kept cold storages in HCM City and neighboring provinces full to the brim. Vietnam is one of the world's biggest seafood exporters and the country is now hoping to consolidate and develop further. The South of Vietnam is considered as the centre of the processing industry, but the place to keep product after production is still a thorny issue for farmers and enterprises.

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SP - PSA Port: Set a record on loading and unloading goods
The SP-PSA International Port (Tan Thanh district) has set a new record in productivity for container ports in Vietnam, the "APL Ireland” vessel with the deadweight of 67,100 DWT achieved the rate of average 103 containers /hour for loading and uploading in the duration of landfall at the SP-PSA port on 30 December 2009. The APL Ireland vessel is designed with capacity of 5500 TEU and operates weekly on service line straight from Vietnam to the West American.

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