- Tan Cang Que Vo inland container depot located in Duc Long, Chau Phong communes, Que Vo district (Bac Ninh), is also the 10th inland port in the country.
- The objective of Tan Cang Que Vo inland container port is to exploit, trade in services and carry out import and export procedures.
- Vietnam has 10 inland container ports officially announced by the Ministry of Transport.
According to the decision of the Ministry of Transport, Tan Cang Que Vo inland container depot located in Duc Long, Chau Phong communes, Que Vo district (Bac Ninh), is also the 10th inland port in the country. The investor of this inland container port is Que Vo Tan Cang Joint Stock Company.
Investment project to build Tan Cang Que Vo port with a usable ground area of about 96,400m2, including 5 piers, including 5 piers that can simultaneously handle 5 barges with a tonnage of 160 TEUs, with an estimated capacity of 6 million tons/year. The planning of works in the port must be consistent with the functions and types of services of the ICD inland container port in accordance with the Government’s regulations and other relevant regulations. Ensure connection with the remaining area of Chau Phong ICD inland container port (total planning area is about 100ha) according to the approved construction planning of Bac Ninh province.
The port is planned to include functional areas: Warehouse system, cargo yard; Work items to ensure security and order at the inland container port; Parking lots for means of transport; Internal roads and traffic connecting to the transport system outside the inland container port area; The office area includes the operator, working for related agencies such as customs, quarantine and other infrastructure; Land at the focal point of technical infrastructure for construction of power stations, waste collection locations, construction of wastewater treatment stations, .v.v
The objective of this inland container port is to exploit, trade in services and carry out import and export procedures at the inland container port in accordance with the provisions of Decree No. 38/2017/ND-CP dated 4/4 2017 of the Government and the Investment Certificate, Business Registration Certificate issued by the competent authority.
When put into use, Tan Cang Que Vo inland container port is expected to become a logistics center, connecting industrial parks of Bac Ninh, Bac Giang and neighboring provinces with lower barge transport costs 20-40% compared to today.
Vietnam has 10 inland container ports officially announced by the Ministry of Transport. In which, the northern region has 9 inland ports, including: ICD Hai Linh (Phu Tho), ICD Mong Cai (Quang Ninh), ICD Tan Cang Hai Phong, ICD Dinh Vu Hai Phong, ICD Hoang Thanh (Hai Phong), ICD Long Bien (Hanoi), ICD Tan Cang Ha Nam (Ha Nam), ICD Phuc Loc (Ninh Binh province) and ICD Tan Cang Que Vo (Bac Ninh) have just been announced.
In the southern region, there is 1 inland container port announced as ICD Tan Cang Nhon Trach (Dong Nai province) and There is no ICD in the Central region.
In addition, the whole country currently has 15 ICDs in operation but have not been declared as inland container ports (Northern area: 6 ICDs; Southern area: 9 ICDs) because the application for recognition has not been submitted or is in progress transition and relocation.
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