Efforts to maintain safe green zones at seaports

Efforts to maintain safe green zones at seaports

Considered as one of the leading important links in the global shipping chain, over the past time, despite being heavily affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, Vietnam's seaport system in general, and the Cai Mep - Thi Vai port system in particular still achieved impressive growth.
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.
Tan Cang - Cai Mep Thi Vai port (Photo: SGGP)

Traffic issues around Southern marine ports remain unresolved

The network of seaports in Ho Chi Minh City, Dong Nai and Ba Ria - Vung Tau province, also known as Port Network No. 5, is the largest network of ports in the country, consisting of Tan Cang Cat Lai port which has handled about 70% of containers entering and leaving national harbors. The efficiency of this network is crucial to that of the entire national network, thus its ongoing problems need to be resolved.