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Establishment of logistics center to improve value of port system
BR-VT have more favorable conditions in terms of nature as a convenient navigable channel, on the international maritime routes linking North-South and East-West of the world where accounted for more than 85% of international trade transportation; there are major ports modernized to meet 100,000DWT ships or more for cargo discharge.

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Rotterdam Port eyes Van Phong transshipment port investment
The business delegate of Port of Rotterdam Authority, the developer and operator of the European Union's largest port, yesterday worked with authorities of the central province of Khanh Hoa to promote investment in the Van Phong international transshipment port.

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Cai Mep - Thi Vai: 50,000 GT vessels payable load charge of USD0.0192 / GT / turn
Cargo ships, those above 50,000 GT, operating in international maritime dock in the Cai Mep - Thi Vai port (Ba Ria - Vung Tau) shall bear a load charge of USD0.0192 / GT / turn and a maritime assurance fee at USD0.06 / GT / turn. This is one of the content specified in the Circular No. 41/2012/TT-BTC that has recently been issued by the Ministry of Finance, guiding the collection a number of charges for maritime ships of large tonnage docking in Cai Mep - Thi Vai port.

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International Cai Mep - Thi Vai port determine to complete in 2012
As for causes, the progress of the International Cai Mep - Thi Vai Port project implementation is behind schedule. The Government guided contractors as a result to overcome difficulties to complete the project in late 2012.

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Attract big investors in field of logistics
To become a national logistics hub, Ba Ria - Vung Tau are on track for big investors, with modern management level in the multilateral supply chain. That was the goal that the province has high hope for support and cooperation from large logistics group in the world.

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TCIT: New Productivity Record in Việt Nam
A new productivity record of 190 moves/hour was attained by Tan Cang Cai Mep International Terminal Co., Ltd., "TCIT", when it served for the M/V MOL PROGRESS V.061W sailed on 15th Feb. 2012. This is a remarkable container handling performance and a good evidence that TCIT is the best terminal in Vietnam.

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High-rises to berth in port sites
Plans to transform first ports into property projects with high-rise buildings were gathering pace, said Hoang Xuan Thu, director of Ho Chi Minh City planning information centre. The earmarked ports are Tan Cang, Saigon Port's Khanh Hoi and Nha Rong, Ben Nghe, Vegeport and Tan Thuan Dong ports, plus Ba Son shipyard.

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Port in a storm
Ho Chi Minh City port removal plans are on the back foot due to capital shortages and poor infrastructure.

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Tan Thuan sluice may affect city ports
The construction of Tan Thuan tidal sluice will affect five major ports in the city, said HCMC Port Authority in a statement sent to the Steering Committee for the Urban Flood Control Program.

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Work on Van Phong Transshipment Port delays long
Van Phong Transshipment Port in Khanh Hoa Province is expected help boosting economic development of the central region and Central Highlands but construction of the container port is slow. Almost two years ago, a big groundbreaking ceremony for the port project took place in Van Ninh District, pining hope on making the place a transshipment hub for Vietnam. However, the current picture there is like a sleeping child.

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