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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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Around VND 400 tril. for seaport development
VND 360-440 trillion will be poured into fostering seaports nationwide from now to 2020, according to a national seaport development plan recently approved by the Government.

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Port of Halifax gets new connection with Vietnam
The Grand Alliance (GA) partners, NYK Line, Hapag Lloyd and OOCL have announced an upgrade regarding its Asia East Coast Express (AEX) service with the introduction of a 10th post Panamax (PPX) vessel and the addition of a direct and weekly Vietnam call at the deepwater port of Cai Mep.

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FREE PORT DEPENDS ON TIMING: The nation is well placed to become a logistics hub, but planners must act fast
Viet Nam's logistics industry has many natural advantages and is well placed to help develop a regional hub, or free port (called logistic parks), but it will lose the opportunity if it does not act in haste, experts caution.

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Asia-Pacific countries agree to develop dry ports
Transport ministers from the Asia-Pacific region have agreed to work on a treaty to promote the development of dry ports - inland transport and logistics hubs - to spur intraregional trade and growth.

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Vietnam - Canada: Open Opportunity for Trade Exchange
The Canadian Consulate General in Ho Chi Minh City has recently hosted the conference on "Business Development of Canadian Atlantic Gateway Trade Mission" with the purpose of creating opportunities for transportation and education officials of the Atlantic Gateway trade mission to meet and exchange with representatives of Vietnamese companies.

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Largest coal seaport fulfils yearly target
The Cam Pha seaport has so far discharged its yearly target of handling 23 million tonnes of coal, including 13 million tonnes for export, reported a senior official.

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Vietnam seeks billions for ports overhaul
Despite the global economic downturn, Vietnamese trade is outpacing its outdated and overworked ports infrastructure. Filling the capacity gap will require substantial foreign investment, but questions about the country's underlying financial health, including a recent sharp devaluation of the local currency, could hamper those inflows.

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