Nam Dinh Vu deep-water port (Source: Internet) It is the seventh among Gemadept’s ports which is able to accommodate vessels up to 40,000 tonnes. The port covers an area of 65ha with a 1,500m wharf, costing a total of VND6 trillion. The second stage of the project is expected to begin in the third quarter this year. By 2020, it will become the largest deep-water port in Dinh Vu, Hai Phong. General Director of Gemadept Vietnam Do Van Minh said the volume of containers handled via Hai Phong ports has grown by 15 percent annually over the past five years. It is forecast that 100 million tonnes of cargo will be handled via Hai Phong ports this year. Therefore, the construction of Nam Dinh Vu port and Lach Huyen international port in Hai Phong will ease pressure on inland ports and traffic, and improve the capacity of cargo handling. Director of the Vietnam Maritime Administration Nguyen Xuan Sang said Nam Dinh Vu is the nearest to other ports in Hai Phong with linkage with Hanoi … [Read more...] about Nam Dinh Vu deep-water port put into use in Hai Phong
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The reinforced concrete facility features seven spans measuring 252.2 metres in length and 18.5 metres in width. The junction beneath the flyover will organised in the form of a roundabout with a radius of 25 metres accommodating four lanes of vehicles. The construction of the flyover is one of the two categories of the renovation and expansion project for the 2A section of Road 365 connecting Nguyen Binh Khiem junction and Dinh Vu dam, which was approved by the municipal People’s Committee a few years ago with total investment capital of over VND1.31 trillion (US$57.64 million). Addressing the ground-breaking ceremony, Deputy Transport Minister Nguyen Van Cong praised Hai Phong’s efforts to mobilise resources for the construction of many large transport facilities across the city, such as the Cat Bi International Airport, Tan Vu-Lach Huyen bridge, Le Hong Phong-Nguyen Binh Khiem flyover, Hoang Van Thu bridge and now Nguyen Binh Khiem-Dinh Vu flyover. President of the Hai … [Read more...] about Work starts on flyover at Nguyen Binh Khiem-Dinh Vu intersection in Hai Phong
In Briefs (09-09-2006) Dinh Vu industrial zone attracts $130 million HAI PHONG — The Dinh Vu industrial zone in the northern province of Hai Phong reports 80 per cent leased occupancy of its first phase, with 13 projects licensed in the zone with a combined capital of US$130 million to date. The zone has attracted total capital of $37 million in the first eight months of this year and aims to lure additional investment of $100 million from Korean, Japanese and Vietnamese enterprises in near future. International trade fair opens in Quang Ninh QUANG NINH — An international trade fair showcasing consumer goods, home appliances, textiles and garments, footwear, construction materials, and food products is under way in the northern province of Quang Ninh. The eight-day Uong Bi fair aims to create opportunities not only for domestic businesses to advertise their products but for foreign enterprises to further study the province’s market and trade and investment potential. … [Read more...] about Dinh Vu industrial zone attracts $130 million
Dinh Vu Polyester Plant gets off ground By Thanh Trung - The Saigon Times Daily HAIPHONG - PetroVietnam Petrochemical & Textile Fiber Joint Stock Company (PVTex), a subsidiary of the Vietnam Oil and Gas Group (PVN), and its partners on Monday broke ground for Dinh Vu Polyester Plant project in Haiphong City. The project is expected to guarantee stable, long-term sources of materials supplying Vietnam's textile and garment industry, according to PVTex as the owner of the project. It will also impulse the development of polyester fiber industry in the future. Speaking at the ceremony on Monday, PVTex director general Nguyen Minh Dao noted that Dinh Vu Polyester Plant would comprise whole technical and auxiliary worshops inside the plant fence, as well as pipelines of liquid feedstock of Mono Ethylene Glycon (MEG) from the jetty of Dinh Vu IZ to the plant. Under the Engineering-Procurement-Construction contract signed last Thursday in Hanoi between PVTex and a consortium led by … [Read more...] about Dinh Vu Polyester Plant gets off ground
VietNamNet Bridge - The right to live in a healthy environment with no radioactive waste must be a top priority and considered even more seriously than economic benefits. The Ministry of Natural Resources and the Environment (MONRE) Office has released the Document No 3218, communicating the Minister Tran Hong Ha’s instruction on checking information about the Dinh Vu DAP Plant. Previously, the minister received complaints from locals that the fertilizer plant discharges solid waste containing gypsum containing toxic phosphorus in large volumes. The waste causes serious pollution and harms locals’ health. The plant was developed by DAP JSC, a subsidiary of Vinachem in Dinh Vu Economic Zone in Hai Phong City. Ha has assigned the General Directorate of Enviornment to check the information and report to him before August 12. Nguyen Thanh Son, former director of the Board of Management for Coal Projects in the Red River Delta, in his article on Dat Viet, commented … [Read more...] about Was it a bad decision to set up Dinh Vu DAP plant in Hai Phong?