The delegation had a meeting with the representative of Mitsui E&S at the factory, surveying the erection progress of 24 leading modern cranes in the world, which were 100 percent completed and ready to be put on a specialized ship to import. export to Vietnam in the next few days. It is expected that the crane will be transported to Long An International Port in October 2022.
Vice Chairman of the People's Committee of Long An province - Nguyen Minh Lam; Mr. Vo Quoc Huy - Chairman of the Board of Directors of Long An Port Joint Stock Company and Mr. Peter Hendrik Slootweg - General Director discussed at the area where crane equipment is being erected.
At the factory, Vice Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee - Nguyen Minh Lam said: "At the end of 2021, Long An province awarded Dong Tam Group a certificate of merit "Pioneer in Digital Transformation" upon confirmation. the process of making efforts to invest, expand and develop operating fields based on technology application, propose many key solutions to promote the comprehensive, extensive and strong development of enterprises. applying standards and regulations to bring about an increase in labor productivity, reaping outstanding values from the stability of product quality and diversifying services in investment sectors/fields ".
Also on the business trip to the factory, Vice Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee - Nguyen Minh Lam presented a souvenir painting to the Leadership Representative of Mitsui E&S.
Vice Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee - Nguyen Minh Lam presents a souvenir painting to the Leadership Representative of Mitsui E&S
Long An International Port is a key project and a highlight in attracting investment of Long An province. important goods of the southern region with other regions in the country and the world. Long An province, along with available advantages, especially having an international seaport of regional stature, promises to be an ideal destination for investors.
Long An International Port
As part of Dong Tam Group, a prestigious brand with more than 53 years of successful development, Long An International Port is operated and developed by a young, professional and dynamic team who are working day and night. force for rapid expansion in logistics and port business in the Mekong Delta region. Long An International Port aims to become one of the leading, recognized ports in Asia by providing modern, integrated and secure end-to-end supply chain services including warehousing, loading and unloading. bulk cargo, industrial parks, freight forwarding and other package logistics services.
More specifically, Long An International Port will soon provide a full package of container handling services from the second quarter of 2023 with two container terminals, six cranes and nine container yards (including an area for refrigerated containers). ) can exploit more than 500,000 TEUs annually, thereby creating a strong foothold in the logistics and supply chain market not only in Vietnam but also in the region and internationally.
With the solid support from shareholders and the Board of Directors, the business motto of all for the sake of customers and a strong corporate culture, Long An International Port is confident to achieve much success through investment. and create many opportunities for sustainable, safe and environmentally friendly development. Long An International Port is a harmonious combination in a seaport service complex consisting of a port area, an industrial park, an industrial service area, an urban area and other items to bring added value to customers. the whole area, contributing to the formation of a multi-purpose and modern seaport city complex.
In the context of the global situation of strengthening supply chain resilience, automation of logistics, last mile delivery, etc., the development orientations of Long An International Port are considered to be the right trend. development, including a container bus project with the goal of bringing practical values to businesses in the process of optimizing logistics costs, reducing product costs, increasing competitiveness and global integration.
Reported by Quoc Thinh
Translated by NT