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The siren call of Charleston

More and more investors are being attracted to Charleston Port and the US state of South Carolina. After Vanguard Logistics (see ITJ Daily, 14 September 2015), it is now the turn of Main Ocean, headquartered in Jacksonville FL (USA), to make another acquisition.

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Logistics firms fight for 3PL market share

Though many Vietnamese logistics firms have become integrated 3PL (third-party logistics) service providers, they can only join the market at a primary level.

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Logistics firms must cut costs in order to compete

With the trend towards deeper integration, Vietnamese firms in logistics and supply chain management need to become more competitive to stay afloat, according to the Viet Nam Logistics Association.

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CARRIERS BOOST FREIGHTER CAPACITY IN VIETNAM BOOM

AirBridgeCargo has added Vietnam to its global network. The Russian all-cargo carrier entered the Vietnam market on April 1 with the launch of twice-weekly freighter flights to Hanoi.

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VN sea transport industry needs reforms

Viet Nam's sea transport industry needed restructuring to become more competitive, said head of the Transport Ministry's Marine Department, Nguyen Nhat.

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Vinalines plans to take daring steps to get off the hook

The Vietnam National Shipping Lines (Vinalines) and the Ministry of Transport (MOT) hope the plan to reduce the state’s ownership ratio in the big shipping firm to 36 percent will help restructure the business.

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ACV plans to expand Tan Son Nhat airport this month

Airports Corporation of Vietnam (ACV) plans to begin expanding the international terminal of Tan Son Nhat airport in HCMC later this month to raise its annual capacity from ten million to 13 million passengers.

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Planning scheme for logistics centers approved

PM Nguyen Tan Dung has approved a planning scheme for the development of logistics centers through 2020, vision toward 2030 in a bid to meet the requirements of local production and distribution and export activities.

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HN-Sapa link road gets Lao Cai approval

The People's Committee of the mountainous Lao Cai province has approved a plan to build a link road from Noi Bai – Lao Cai Highway to Sapa district, officials said last week.

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Vietnamese logistics firms losing domestically

Foreign sea freight logistics companies, which account for only 3-4 per cent of the number of companies operating in the sector in Vietnam, are handling more than 80 per cent of the country’s imports and exports, Mr. Do Xuan Quang, Chairman of the Vietnam Logistics Association, told a press conference on August 3 on Logistics Roads to ASEAN +6 after the AEC.

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Logistics firms must cut costs in order to compete

With the trend towards deeper integration, Vietnamese firms in logistics and supply chain management need to become more competitive to stay afloat, according to the Viet Nam Logistics Association.

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Motorola Solutions Foundation Contributes Toward Public Safety in Vietnam

Motorola Solutions Inc. (MSI) today, through the charitable arm of the company, Motorola Solutions Foundation, announced contributions totaling 949.5 million VND (US$45,000) to two organizations in Vietnam with the aim of enhancing public safety and recognizing the sacrifice and dedication of brave first responders across the country.