(QNO) - The upgrade of Nam Giang- Dak Ta Ook border gate between Quang Nam (Vietnam) and Sekong (Laos) to an international one opens the shortest arterial road across Asia from Southern Laos, Northeast Thailand to the Central key economic region of Vietnam.
The road is considered to be important to foster export and import activities and cross-border trade.
Nam Giang- Dak Ta Ook international border gate coming into operation satisfies the increasing demand for import and export.
Taking advantage of this opportunity, Truong Hai International Logistics Co. Ld. (THILOGI- under THACO) opens a new shipping route, Northeast Thailand/ Southern Laos- Pakse/ Attapeu- Sekong- Dak Ta Ook border gate- Nam Giang- Chu Lai (Quang Nam), to develop road transport services, effectively exploit rich resources of goods from the regions and countries in the East-West economic corridor.
Reportedly, there is currently a strong demand for iron and steels, construction materials, equipment, fertilizers in Laos and Thailand.
At the same time, agro-forestry products there need to be exported to Central Vietnam.
The THILOGI’s shipping route helps shorten the distance, promoting trade exchange between Southern Laos, Northern Thailand and Vietnam Central provinces, contributing to the regional economic growth and the East-West economic corridor development.
Cross-border transport development
Quang Nam has recently given a priority to logistics infrastructure development. Meanwhile, Chu Lai Port is gradually becoming an international centre for import and export transport services.
To meet the requirements of goods transportation, THILOGI has invested over 200 specialized vehicles, building transport hubs to develop the goods connection and increase the sources of convective goods.
At the same time, the company also opens maritime routes to major ports in China, Korea, Japan, India, etc.
Therefore, THILOGI becomes a strategic partner providing domestic and cross- border road transport services for a lot of enterprises in Vietnam Central, Central Highlands and Southern Vietnam.