News# 55 - Vietnam to add 3 inland ports


Vietnam’s Ministry of Transport (MOT) has recently announced a list of 14 inland ports. This includes the addition of 3 new inland ports: Thanh Phuoc, Nam Dinh Vu (phase 1), and Phu My (phase 1).

Specifically, the list of inland ports includes: Hai Linh Inland Container Depot (ICD) in (Phu Tho province); Km 3+4 Mong Cai (Quang Ninh province); Tan Cang (Hai Phong city); Dinh Vu - (Quang Binh province); Hoang Thanh (Hai Phong); Long Bien (Ha Noi); Tan Cang (Ha Nam); Phuc Loc (Ninh Binh); Tan Cang Nhon Trach(Dong Nai); Tan Cang Que Vo (Bac Ninh); 

Other phase 1 inland ports: Tan Cang Long Binh; Phu My; Thanh Phuoc and Nam Dinh Vu.

The Vietnam Maritime Administration is assigned the responsibility to perform functions and duties according to the regulations of Decree No. 38/2017 on investment in construction, management, and operation of inland ports and relevant legal regulations.

Thanh Phuoc inland port is significant for facilitating waterway transportation, opening a gateway for goods exchange between Binh Duong province and other provinces and cities nationwide, helping businesses transport goods conveniently, quickly, and cost-effectively. The investor of the port is Thanh Phuoc port corp.

Phu My (phase 1) inland port is located in Phu My 3 specialized industrial park, Phuoc Hoa ward, Phu My town, Ba Ria - Vung Tau province. The port covers an area of 37.8 hectares, including 6 berths, capable of connecting by waterway to other seaports, ICDs in the region as well as to the areas supplying raw materials and consuming products nationwide to Phu My 3 specialized industrial park.

Nam Dinh Vu (phase 1) inland port is part of the Dinh Vu - Cat Hai economic zone, Hai Phong, with the investor being Nam Dinh Vu ICD JSC.


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