businesses start to feel impact of red sea shipping crisis

Businesses start to feel impact of Red Sea shipping crisis

The Red Sea shipping crisis may put a squeeze on Vietnam-based businesses as it lingers on with no foreseeable end in sight.
shipping companies enjoy positive earnings thanks to high sea freight rates

Shipping companies enjoy positive earnings thanks to high sea freight rates

Record-high sea freight rates have seen shipping companies produce positive second-quarter earnings reports.
sea transport companies battle red tape for crew

Sea transport companies battle red tape for crew

Participants at a maritime transport conference held on Monday complained of burdensome and complicated procedures required to obtain legal papers and professional certificates for crew members on cargo ships.
binh thuan red sludge spill reaches sea

Binh Thuan red sludge spill reaches sea

The red sludge that spilled in huge quantities from a collapsed waste pond has now spread to the sea via streams and might cause environmental damage in Binh Thuan province.
logistics groups must work to mitigate red sea route tensions

Logistics groups must work to mitigate Red Sea route tensions

Instability in the Red Sea is affecting businesses in Vietnam, and demonstrating the prolonged weakness of the domestic logistics industry.
thailand seeks measures to cope with escalating situation in red sea

Thailand seeks measures to cope with escalating situation in Red Sea

Thai exporters have been urged to promptly refine their export strategies given the escalating situation in the Red Sea that is affecting shipping costs and available vessel space while extending shipping duration.
citizen protection carried out for vietnamese sailors on ship attacked on red sea

Citizen protection carried out for Vietnamese sailors on ship attacked on Red Sea

The Vietnamese Embassy in Egypt and Djibouti is taking citizen protection measures for Vietnamese sailors working on the Barbados-flagged True Confidence cargo ship which was struck by a Houthi ballistic missile off the coast of Yemen on March 6.
vietnam observes world red cross and red crescent day

Vietnam observes World Red Cross and Red Crescent Day

The Central Committee of the Vietnam Red Cross Society has celebrated the World Red Cross and Red Crescent Day (May 8th) and 150 years since the foundation of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement.
red tape causes big red book backlog

Red tape causes big red book backlog

Red tape has dragged out the issuance of land use certificates in HCM City, causing more than 100,000 cases to remain on the shelves, gathering dust.
shipping firms to contain problem

Shipping firms to contain problem

Foreign shipping lines have been left at sea by unclear liquidation procedures for abandoned containers at Vietnam’s ports.
shipping upgrades targeted for 2030

Shipping upgrades targeted for 2030

Developing a local shipping fleet to serve international routes could widen business prospects for carriers and relieve logistics burdens for exporters.
wind in shipping firms sails

Wind in shipping firms’ sails

Scores of foreign investors are on a prosperous voyage of discovery in Vietnam’s developing freight transport and shipping industry.
state to weigh in on shipping dispute

State to weigh-in on shipping dispute

If approved, a new government draft decision is expected to grant greater transparency to local exporters and importers when negotiating shipping contracts.
shipping firms in rough seas

Shipping firms in rough seas

This year is challenging for shipping firms on the back of a global weakening economy.

$500m shipping plan floated

A South Korean ship manufacturer’s proposed project in the central province of Khanh Hoa is expected to boost local economic development and contribute to bringing Vietnam into the top ranks of world shipbuilders.