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Views: 9 Author: Site Editor Publish Time: 2022-05-07 Origin: Site
The Ministry of Transport of Vietnam has just issued Decision No. 552/QĐ-BGTVT on the publication of the list of ports and terminals in Vietnam. Following this decision, 10 new terminals were included in the Vietnam Port Directory, raising the number of terminals nationwide to 296.
The new terminals include Nosco at Quang Ninh Seaport; Long Son Integrated Terminal at Yi Son Seaport in Thanh Hoa Province; Hai Ho Quang Tri Oil Terminal in Quang Tri Province; Pacific Petroleum International Oil Terminal in Tien Giang Province; Xingang Terminal in Ben Tre Province; Pier; Ba Ria-Vung Tau Province Gemadept - Terminal Link Gai Mae Pier and Gai Mae Integrated Pier; Hai Phong City VIMC Dinh Vu Pier and FGG Exclusive Pier.
The Vietnam Maritime Safety Administration revealed that in the context of Vietnam's deep integration into the international community, Vietnam's seaport system has given full play to its role as a hub for trade in goods.
In assessing the overall situation of seaport cargo across the country, a representative of the Vietnam Maritime Safety Administration said that some areas with large cargo throughput, such as Quang Ninh Province, increased by 48%, from 14.6 million tons to 21.7 million tons.
Cargo throughput in Guangzhi increased by 38%, from 175,000 tons to 241,000 tons. The Nhe An area increased by 14%, from 1.67 million tons to 1.9 million tons. However, the cargo throughput of the ports in Binh Thuan area fell by 38%, the seaport in Can Tho area by 24%, and the seaport in Dong Tha area by 28%.
Cargo throughput at regional ports such as Ho Chi Minh City and Vung Tau declined slightly, by 5% (1.2 million tonnes) and 2% (396,000 tonnes), respectively.
Data just released by the Vietnam Maritime Safety Administration shows that in the first quarter of this year, the cargo throughput of seaports maintained a steady upward trend, reaching nearly 180 million tons, an increase of 4% over the same period in 2021. Among them, container cargo throughput maintained a growth rate of 6%, reaching 6.2 million TEUs.