An Giang to build logistics centre at Tinh Bien International Border Gate

An Giang to build logistics centre at Tinh Bien International Border Gate

The Mekong Delta province of An Giang has recently proposed to the Ministry of Planning and Investment to consider supporting the local authorities in building a logistics centre at the Tinh Bien International Border Gate in Tinh Bien town, according to Vice Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee Le Van Phuoc.
Logistics talent needs foot up

Logistics talent needs foot up

Despite Vietnam’s rapid logistics expansion, the sector is at a critical juncture in talent development to sustain its significant expansion and global competitiveness.
Australia supports Vietnam in developing its potential

Australia supports Vietnam in developing its potential

The logistics industry will receive an extra push in Vietnam thanks to a fruitful cooperative relationship with Australia.
The rejuvenation of logistics

The rejuvenation of logistics

Logistics services include many types and each one has different characteristics and levels of digital transformation. Tran Chi Dung, member of the Executive Committee at the Vietnam Logistics Business Association, looks at these groups and how resources and investment support such services.
Efficient routes at heart of robust goods transport

Efficient routes at heart of robust goods transport

Vietnam’s ongoing endeavours to revamp and streamline its logistics network have heralded promising shifts in the economic landscape.
Drastic infrastructure boost pivotal

Drastic infrastructure boost pivotal

Vietnam’s logistics arena requires a huge push in infrastructure development in order to grasp future growth potential and adapt to new development trends.
Breakthroughs pinpointed for Vietnam’s logistics sector

Breakthroughs pinpointed for Vietnam’s logistics sector

Vietnam will have profound opportunities in logistics chain development over the next 2-3 years and beyond if it can also address its shortcomings, according to participants at a summit jointly organised by Vietnam Investment Review and SLP Vietnam last week in Ho Chi Minh City.
Tailored last-mile delivery services the latest challenge

Tailored last-mile delivery services the latest challenge

Last-mile delivery, in the backdrop of Vietnam’s booming e-commerce and on-demand services, is a make-or-break challenge that demands relentless efforts towards cost optimisation in the country’s logistics sector.
Logistics sector a golden egg for progress across Vietnam

Logistics sector a golden egg for progress across Vietnam

Vietnam has been the top choice for global investors in terms of logistics industrial sectors in Asia-Pacific. Trang Bui, country head of Cushman & Wakefield Vietnam, determines how this came to be, and analyses the tasks set towards 2030.
Logistics landscape changing through e-commerce overhaul

Logistics landscape changing through e-commerce overhaul

The promising e-commerce sector in Vietnam, which has seen exponential growth and is projected to surpass regional counterparts such as Thailand, Philippines, Malaysia, and Singapore, has had a profound impact on the logistics industry.
Applying global practices to Vietnam

Applying global practices to Vietnam

Industrial and logistics infrastructure development and operation platform SLP is utilising its experiences to meet the increasing demand of global partners to invest and expand in Vietnam.
The growth drivers for logistics arena

The growth drivers for logistics arena

Vietnam is attempting to boost its logistics efficiency in order to compete with others in the region. Head of Business Intelligence at Dezan Shira & Associates, Pritesh Samuel, analyses the drivers and hurdles in logistics development.
Logistics groups go green to add to net-zero goals

Logistics groups go green to add to net-zero goals

Logistics enterprises are gradually participating in supporting the green production and circulation of goods in the country, as well as exporting and importing with more sustainable criteria.
An Tin Logistics' smart solutions to compete with foreign competitors

An Tin Logistics' smart solutions to compete with foreign competitors

To gain an advantage, businesses like An Tin Logistics have proactively sought new directions to increase their competitiveness.
Ba Ria-Vung Tau strives to become regional-scale logistics centre

Ba Ria-Vung Tau strives to become regional-scale logistics centre

The southern province of Ba Ria-Vung Tau plans to expand its Cai Mep Ha Logistics Centre to 2,204 hectares, turning itself into a logistics hub of the region, according to an action plan on enhancing the locality’s logistics competitiveness and development until 2025.
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