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Dong Nai Port Joint-Venture Company:
Additionally investing in container port service

Following the fact that Long Binh Tan port bordering Dong Nai bridge has accommodated bulk cargos only for many years, Long Binh Tan container port including a jetty of 5.000 tons, handling equipment of 40 tons and a yard of over 3 hectares wide has officially been put into operation by Dong Nai Port Joint-Venture Company on the occasion of the 80-year establishment Anniversary of Vietnamese Communist Party (Feb 03 1930 – Feb 03 2010). This event is considered to be a vigorous pace of services development in accordance with the nowadays’ tendency in purpose of enhancing the effectiveness and capacity of Long Binh Tan port. The total investment capital in Long Binh Tan container port in phase 1 is of up-to VND 7 trillion.

In this year, Dong Nai Port Joint-Venture Company has planned to continue its investment in container handling equipment in the yard as to put up the operation capacity of Long Binh Tan port, to complete the yard system in Go Dau A port and to expand 15 hectares for Go Dau B port (phase 2) adjacent to Ba Ria – Vung Tau. Upon the Planning of Dong Nai river and sea port area, the Prime Minister has approved the dredging implementation and investment in the jetty for upgrading Go Dau port so as to be in service of the existing vessels of 15.000 – 30.000 tons.

Expectedly, Dong Nai Port Joint-Venture Company is relentlessly striving for 03 million tons of cargo throughput, increasing by 7.000 tons, a turnover of VND 118 billion, rising by VND 38 billion, average income per capita of 7 million/month and a dividend of about 18%/year in 2010 as compared to those in 2009.

X.Phú
(Translated by Portcoast)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

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