Cam Ranh Bay is welcoming American warships again
Tag - Harbour
lundi 24 avril 2017
vendredi 21 octobre 2016
Three Chinese navy ships will make their first port call at Vietnam’s strategic Cam Ranh Bay this weekend – just as the two countries are locked in a territorial dispute in the South China Sea.
mercredi 9 mars 2016
An international seaport was inaugurated on Tuesday in Cam Ranh, Khanh Hoa, a province on the south-central coast of Vietnam.
lundi 15 février 2016
Vietnam has allowed a local investor to take over and restart a troubled port project near the central town of Nha Trang, six years after state-owned shipping giant Vinalines called it quits due to financial problems, local media reported on Monday.
mercredi 3 juin 2015
Saigon Port Co, the operator of Vietnam's most important port, plans to raise at least $19 million through an initial public offering later this month, the company said on Wednesday, making it the most attractive state share sale this year.
vendredi 14 mars 2014
Robert Hambleton wants to hear more noise from the huge container port outside his office near Ho Chi Minh City. Towering cranes at the next-door competitor are silent, without a ship on the horizon.
dimanche 2 février 2014
Trillions of dong have been poured into the ports in HCM City. However, the ports still cannot operate in full swing because there are no roads linking to the ports.
samedi 12 novembre 2011
Some foreign shipping agents have decided to refuse to carry cold containers from Vietnam after the two reefer container explosions at Tan Cang - Cat Lai port in April 2011.
mercredi 16 septembre 2009
China's leading industry group Formosa Plastics has planned to build one of the largest deep water ports of southeastern Asia in Vietnam, AFP news provider yesterday quoted an unknown official.
lundi 13 juillet 2009
Can Tho City People's Committee and Vietnam Shipping Line Corp (Vinalines) have officially started the construction project of Cai Cui Port – Phase 2 and logistics area on July 11. The total investment capital was 1.2 trillion dong.