Increasing connecting, resolving difficulties for enterprises

Increasing connecting, resolving difficulties for enterprises

Due to the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, the response capacity of the logistics industry fell into crisis, such as goods congestion at seaports, a shortage of empty containers, and prolonged transportation schedule, making import and export activities extremely tense.
The Video Interactive Business Matching Forum Vietnam - EU Logistics 2020 takes place on December 9 from the Hanoi end . (Photo: SGGP)

Vietnam, EU enterprises connect in logistics

The Video Interactive Business Matching Forum Vietnam - EU Logistics 2020 took place on December 9 in Hanoi attracted 150 agencies, organizations, and enterprises from Vietnam and EU countries operating in the logistics sector to participate in the discussion.

 

The logistics system of HCMC constantly develops. (Photo: SGGP)

HCMC carries out many solutions to make logistics become key service industry

The project of developing the logistics industry in Ho Chi Minh City to 2025 with the orientation to 2030 approved by the People's Committee of HCMC aims to make logistics become a key service industry of the city, which accounts for an increasing proportion in the gross regional domestic product (GRDP) structure.
Cat Lai seaport in HCMC (Photo: SGGP)

HCMC should develop into logistics human resource training center: expert

In the project to develop the logistics industry until 2025 with visions until 2030, HCMC should head toward a logistics human resource training center to supply manpower for not only the city but also the Southern Key Economic Zone instead of developing into a logistics center amid ongoing traffic, technical and social infrastructure overloading.


Current labour force only meets about 40 percent of the demand of the logistics industry, according to the Vietnam Supply Chain Association (Photo: VNA)

Logistics industry faces labour shortage

Logistics, considered an industry with huge contributions to the development of the economy, has not lived up to its potentials due to human resources shortage.

A deliveryman at work in Hanoi (Photo: logistics4vn.com)

Logistics industry looks towards impending growth

Increasing competition among private and foreign enterprises shows the market’s attractiveness towards suppliers and the potential for development in the growing Vietnamese consumer market.