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TS Line's 1,800-TEU TS Bangkok christened
Monday, 07 August 2017 02:07

TAIWAN's TS Line proudly announced the naming of its 1,800 TEU containership TS Bangkok, at a christening ceremony held at the CSBC Corporation, Taiwan (CSBC) shipyard in Keelung on July 21. The ceremony was jointly held by Mr Wen-Lon Cheng, chairman of CSBC and Mr T S Chen, chairman of TS Lines. Wife of Mega International Commercial Bank's president Mr Li-Yen Yang also participated in the ceremony as the sponsor.

Mr Cheng addressed the importance of the series of 1,800-TEUers for TS Line. "Although the operating environment for ocean freight undergoes recession for several years, ship owners become increasingly conservative in placing new orders. With our consistent support for the local industry and our trust to the well established reputation for CSBC, we have chosen CSBC over other overseas shipbuilders to build our 1,800 TEU containerships."

"We are very grateful of TS Line's support during the storm," said Mr Cheng.

"Apart from the four 1,800-TEUers, we will continue to place new orders at CSBC's Keelung shipyard," said Mr Chen.

TS Bangkok is the first ship of the series. Work began in 2015, TS Bangkok has received certification from ClassNK (NK) and CR Classification Society (CR). The ship has a length of 172 metres and a width of 27.5 metres, it was the first containership equipped with CSBC's Sea-Sword Bow (SSB) technology. Compared to the traditional bow design, the SSB design is more efficient in energy saving and carbon reduction.

The SSB design's energy-saving device enables the ships to maintain optimum performance in various navigational conditions and to reduce fuel consumption. The design has been published on the cover of The Naval Architect for three consecutive years. It is also known as the best innovative vessel.

TS Bangkok will be serving the intra-Asia trade lane on the JHT service and her port rotation is: Osaka, Kobe, Nagoya, Yokohama, Tokyo, Keelung, Taichung, Kaohsiung, Hong Kong, Shekou, Laem Chabang, Bangkok, Laem Chabang, Hong Kong, Shekou, Osaka.

 
PM visits Cai Mep int’l port in Ba Ria - Vung Tau
Friday, 04 August 2017 02:11

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc on July 21 paid an inspection visit to the Cai Mep International Terminal (CMIT) in Tan Thanh district of the southern province of Ba Ria – Vung Tau.

The government leader hailed the important role of seaports and transport infrastructure to the economy while expressing his hope that the facility will contribute more to the socio-economic development of the region and the country.

He said the Government and local authorities will consider the CMIT’s proposals on investment in traffic development connecting the CMIT to key economic areas.

He asked the CMIT to work hand in hand with the Ministry of Transport and local authorities to simplify administrative procedures, creating optimal conditions for goods transport at the port.

Cai Mep is one of the fastest growing deep-water ports of the world and is able to accommodate large size ships with capacity up to 200,000 tonnes.

In the first half of 2017, the CMIT posted a growth of 10 percent compared to the same period last year, earning US$12 million in revenue.

Covering an area of 48ha and with 600m-long wharves, the port has a capacity of more than 1.1 million TEU.

On the 70th War Invalids and Martyrs Day (July 27), the Prime Minister visited the Long Dat nursing centre for war invalids and revolutionary contributors in the southern province.

He expressed his gratitude to war invalids who devoted their life to the fight for national liberation and international missions.

“The Party and the State are consistently implementing the policy of caring for national contributors, regarding it as a basic and important task of the country’s social welfare system. Despite difficulties in national context, the Party and State have improved policies to consider the caring of invalids and martyrs family members an important task," he said.

Late the same day, the Prime Minister worked with Ba Ria Vung Tau leaders on socio-economic development tasks. He called on the province to develop supportive industry and high-tech agriculture, attract strong investors, and pay attention to socio-economic plans of Con Dao island district.

Source: VOV
 
Can Tho lures foreign investment in logistics
Monday, 31 July 2017 02:23

The Mekong Delta city of Can Tho wants to lure Singaporean and Japanese investment in the regional logistics centre in the city, a local official said at a meeting in July 19.

The centre, spanning over 242.2 hectares in the Cai Rang industrial park, includes ports, container areas, goods uploading and distribution and services areas, according to Nguyen Minh Toai, Director of the municipal Department of Industry and Trade.

The city plans to invite capable and experienced investors from Singapore or Japan to invest in the centre in order to facilitate goods transport from the Mekong Delta region to countries in the region and the world.

Vice Chairman of the municipal People’s Committee Truong Quang Hoai Nam urged the department and relevant bodies to build the centre based on the regional condition and potential.

It is necessary to identify key products, traffic system, delivery network while planning the logistics centre, thus proposing measures to lure investors, Nam said.

According to the approved nationwide logistics center system development plan by 2020 and orientations to 2030, the Mekong Delta region will have one regional logistics centre covering at least 30 hectares by 2020 and over 70 hectares by 2030.

It will serve Can Tho city, Tra Vnh, Hau Giang, Vinh Long, Kien Giang, Ca Mau, Bac Lieu, Soc Trang and An Giang provinces; connects with dry and river ports, airports, train and bus stations, IPs and border gates.

 
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