Domestic shipping giant Vietnam Maritime Corporation (VIMC) is planning to organise its shareholders’ meeting on June 24, 2019, the first since it began operating as a joint stock company.
The first shareholders’ meeting is set to focus on securing approval for the business targets for 2019-2020, as well as the completion of organisational structure and personal matters.
When VIMC will hold its first shareholders’ meeting, its charter capital is estimated to be VND12.05 trillion ($523.91 million) with over 1.2 billion shares valued at VND10,000 ($0.43) apiece.
“In 2019, VIMC will complete its organisational structure and business governance as a joint stock company and promote business activities at home and abroad,” said Nguyen Canh Tinh, acting CEO of VIMC.
Aiming to become an all-in-one provider of services in the Vietnamese maritime industry and one of the leading international companies, VIMC focuses on its core businesses in its future business development strategy, including the deep seaports in Lach Huyen of Haiphong city and those in the Cai Mep-Thi Vai port areas, while developing container vessels and transport routes.
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