(QNO) - Chu Lai port belonging to the Truong Hai International Logistics Limited Liability Company (Thilogi) has been expanded to become an international import and export trading center.
Chu Lai port is situated right at the heart of the central key economic region of Vietnam.
It directly connects with the National Highway 1, Da Nang - Quang Ngai coastal road and highway, economic zones, large industrial zones such as Tam Thang Industrial Park (Tam Ky City, Quang Nam province), VSIP Industrial Park, Dung Quat Economic Zone (Quang Ngai province), international border gates between the countries in the East-West economic corridor.
Chu Lai port can receive all kinds of goods with a capacity of 4 million tons/year. The warehouse system of the port is built by international standards.
Chu Lai port focuses on developing domestic and cross-border road transport system to collect goods, promoting domestic maritime transport and connecting with maritime routes to major ports in China, South Korea, Japan, India...
Currently, a 365m-whaf in Chu Lai port is expanded downstream to receive ships of 50,000 tons.
This seaport hopes to become a gateway for import and export trading in the Central region, connecting the East Sea with the Central Highlands, Laos and Cambodia.
Diversity of goods sources
Until now, THACO (Truong Hai Auto Company)'s shipments of automobiles, components, agricultural products have regularly been imported and exported through Chu Lai port.
The port also strengthens satisfying the supply- demand relationships in the Central Highlands - Laos – Cambodia, developing transportation between Southern and Northern Vietnam in order to increase the source of convective goods.
In the coming time, Nam Giang border gate will be upgraded to an international border gate, contributing to the development of transport routes from northern Thailand - Pakse - Sekong (Laos) - Nam Giang - Chu Lai, attracting more goods to Chu Lai port.
Chu Lai port is expected to receive 4 million tons of cargo (up 53% compared to 2020) in 2021. The port also expects to attract more investors in the coming time.