Action plan to be implemented to reduce congestion at Cat Lai port

Action plan to be implemented to reduce congestion at Cat Lai port

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the General Department of Customs yesterday announced an action plan to reduce congestion at Cat Lai seaport in Ho Chi Minh City because the volume of goods currently passing through this port accounts for 48.8 percent of the country's cargo output, but the receiving and customs clearance infrastructure is already overloaded.
HCMC cooperates with USAID to ease container congestion at Cat Lai Port

HCMC cooperates with USAID to ease container congestion at Cat Lai Port

The US Agency for International Development (USAID) and the General Department of Vietnam Customs announced an action plan to reduce congestion at Cat Lai Port in Ho Chi Minh City, which is the busiest container port in Vietnam and has a great influence on import and export activities, on May 19.
Infrastructure projects contribute to HCMC’s eastern urban area's development

Infrastructure projects contribute to HCMC’s eastern urban area's development

HCMC’s eastern part, especially areas near the Southern province of Dong Nai’s Nhon Trach District, is having the potential for development. However, according to many experts, the infrastructure in the area does not meet development demand. Luckily, relevant ministries, agencies, central authorities as well as local authorities have simultaneously started implementing many transport infrastructure projects to remove this bottleneck paving the way for the area’s future development.
Cat Lai Port in Thu Duc City of HCMC. (Photo: SGGP)

Enterprises need more time for seaport fee adjustment in HCMC

Ho Chi Minh City is going to apply the new fee for the use of the infrastructure and public utility services at border gates and seaports in the city from this April 1. Many businesses have shown the inappropriateness of this new rate and the fee division method to Sai Gon Giai Phong Newspaper. 

Cat Lai Port resumes rice export activities at Berth 125

Cat Lai Port resumes rice export activities at Berth 125

Mr. Nguyen Trung Kien, Vice Chairman cum General Secretary of the Vietnam Food Association (VFA), on the afternoon of August 15, informed that Berth 125 of Cat Lai Port (HCMC) would resume operations from August 16 to connect the export activities for rice exporting enterprises in the South.
HCMC customs give guidelines to soothe container backlog in Cat Lai Port

HCMC customs give guidelines to soothe container backlog in Cat Lai Port

The Customs Department of Ho Chi Minh City, on August 3, gave temporary instructions following the direction of the General Department of Vietnam Customs for enterprises and cargo ships on the transportation of goods that are congested at Tan Cang Cat Lai Port during the social distancing period for Covid-19 prevention.