Tan Cang – Cai Mep International Terminal Co., Ltd (TCIT) is a joint venture among Saigon Newport Corporation, Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (Japan), Wan Hai Lines (Taiwan) and Hanjin Transportation (Korea). The Investment Certificate was granted for TCIT by the Vietnam Government in September 2009, with the capital investment about USD 100 million, equivalent to around VND 2,000 billion. Officially started operations in January 2011, being a deep-water port located near Cai Mep - Thi Vai river T-junction, 18 nautical miles away from Vung Tau, TCIT is expected to bring international standard of terminal operation services to customers.
International Transportation and Trading Joint Stock Company (ITC) was established under the business license number 0302345459 granted by Ho Chi Minh City Planning and Investment Department on March 07th, 2001. ITC operates in key business areas such as vessel ownership, operation and management, shipping agents and customs brokers, freight road. During years of operation, ITC constantly promote the development and expansion of business as well as gradually invest in new facilities and equipment. Until now, ITC has owned, managed and operated a vessel fleet with a total tonnage of 250,000 DWT, a ground transport vehicle fleet of 140 trucks and operate an international container terminal in Phu Huu Ward, District 9 HCMC known as SP-ITC. With professional and experienced staff dedicated
The Port of Osaka (大阪港, Ōsaka-kō) is the main port in Japan, located in Osaka within Osaka Bay. The Port of Osaka also has several sister ports including the Port of Busan.
Quang Ninh Port
Quang Ninh port is a deep-water seaport located in the northern key economic region of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, which has favorable natural conditions for investment in construction and exploitation of seaports such as: The deep, wide water basin is located near the seaport, the stream is short of sedimentation, surrounded by Ha Long Bay, less affected by waves and wind. The system of waterway and road transport to neighboring economic zones is synchronous and convenient. With this advantage, Quang Ninh Port has continuously invested in developing and expanding its infrastructure, innovating technology, equipment, modern facilities, and training to improve the quality of management staff. technical workers and workers, meeting all the needs of loading and unloading, transporting,
Qui Nhon Port
Quy NhonPort is a national focal port (type 1) of the South central of Vietnam, locates in thegulf of Quy Nhon and shielded by Phuong Mai Peninsula, extremely convenient for vessels to anchor all the year round. Because of the natural depth at berths and nautical channel, vessels up to 50.000 DWT (reduced load) easily sail in and out. This port is the gate to East Sea of South central of Vietnam, West Highland and countries in Mekong delta. Locating next to international maritime route is the convenience for ships sailing in and out. Port is the central position of Southern East Asia and East asia. There’re more than 10 maritime routes connect to International ports such as: Manila, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, JapanandRussia… At km 0 of the national road 19th and connecting to national r
Saigon Premier Container Terminal ( SPCT) belongs to DP World, is the most advanced joint venture Terminal project in Vietnam. The success of the Terminal’s development is an engine for economic development in the southern region of Vietnam and specifically in the Hochiminh City and its neighbor provinces, and has created a significant number of job opportunities for local employees in addition to new business opportunities for companies in the region.
Tan Thuan Port
TRANACO was a state - owned company established in 1976. The company was equitized in 2005 and the company name was changed to Saigon Transport Agency Joint Stock Company. TRANACO is a prestige transport company managed by the Ministry of Transport of Vietnam, has a nation-wide reputation for its professional transport service. Special thanks for receiving your attention to our services. Our continuos development and improvement is to aim for satisfying your demands
Lloyd's List
Lloyd's List is one of the world's oldest continuously-running journals, having provided weekly shipping news in London as early as 1734. It was published daily until 2013 (when the final print issue, number 60,850, was published), and is in constantly updated digital format only since then. Also known simply as The List, it was begun by Edward Lloyd, the proprietor of Lloyd's Coffee House, as a reliable and concise source of information for the merchants' agents and insurance underwriters who met regularly in his establishment in Lombard Street to negotiate insurance coverage for trading vessels. The digital version, updated hour-to-hour and used internationally, continues to fulfil a similar purpose. Today it covers information, analysis and knowledge relevant to the shipping industry,
Founded in 1997 and modeled on the “case study” approach of the Harvard Business Review, The Maritime Executive today has the largest AUDITED circulation in the maritime industry. Its unique perspective and unfettered approach give readers something no other publication can provide – Intellectual Capital of the highest order. Published six times a year, each issue contains a comprehensive Case Study and Executive Interview along with in-depth analyses of key industry issues and trends. The companion online newsletter, published six days a week, is the industry leader with a high-profile audience and critical news and intelligence from around the world. The MarEx website, launched in 1999, is a widely recognized source of up-to-date maritime news and information including editorial commen