First foreign shipping line pledges not to increase container freight rates

First foreign shipping line pledges not to increase container freight rates

French shipping giant CMA-CGM, the world’s third-largest ocean carrier, has announced to suspend increasing container freight rates till February 2022.
Ho Chi Minh City allows shippers to deliver goods during social distancing

Ho Chi Minh City allows shippers to deliver goods during social distancing

From August 30, Ho Chi Minh City allows shippers to operate in Thu Duc City and districts 8, 12, Go Vap, Binh Tan, Binh Thanh, Binh Chanh, and Hoc Mon.
Scenarios for seaport development in south in H2/2021

Scenarios for seaport development in south in H2/2021

As port activities have been hit by the pandemic, three scenarios for seaports in the south have been constructed to project the growth in the second half of 2021.
Gemadept reports positive results but negative financial cashflow

Gemadept reports positive results but negative financial cashflow

Gemadept Corporation reported positive business results but negative cashflow in the first seven months of 2021.
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.
Quy Nhon Port makes strong profit in H1 despite COVID-19

Quy Nhon Port makes strong profit in H1 despite COVID-19

Quy Nhon Port JSC handled over six million tonnes of goods in the first six months of 2021 while after-tax profit almost doubled to VND115 billion ($5 million).
Paradox: Thousands of containers idle at seaports amid severe shortage for delivery

Paradox: Thousands of containers idle at seaports amid severe shortage for delivery

While the world is in a crisis over the lack of empty containers and shipping fees are soaring, thousands of containers are idling away at Vietnamese seaports.
South Korea opens new container shipping route to Vietnam

South Korea opens new container shipping route to Vietnam

South Korea’s opening a new container shipping route to Vietnam will create more favourable conditions for enterprises to increase bilateral export activities.
VIMC’s new brand identity towards a new development milestone

VIMC’s new brand identity towards a new development milestone

Vinalines has totally changed its corporate brand identity and took on the new brand name VIMC to achieve new development targets.
VIMC sets ambitious targets for 2020-2022

VIMC sets ambitious targets for 2020-2022

Shipping giant Vietnam Maritime Corporation (VIMC) has set ambitious targets for the next two years after transforming into a joint-stock company.
NYK Line sets foot in tugboat service at Vietnam's largest ports

NYK Line sets foot in tugboat service at Vietnam's largest ports

NYK Line, through subsidiary NYK Line (Vietnam) Co., Ltd., acquired 15 per cent of TVT, entering the tugboat service business in Vietnam.
Shipping sector prioritises five solutions for decarbonisation

Shipping sector prioritises five solutions for decarbonisation

Shell and Deloitte Netherlands and Deloitte UK today published a joint research outlining industry perspectives on decarbonising the shipping sector.
Vinalines reports the losses of $21.7 million in second quarter

Vinalines reports the losses of $21.7 million in second quarter

Vinalines reported VND8.1 trillion ($352.17 million) in total outstanding loans, including more than VND5.36 trillion ($233.04 million) in bank loans.
Shipping giant VIMC to hold first shareholders’ meeting in late June 

Shipping giant VIMC to hold first shareholders’ meeting in late June 

Vietnam Maritime Corporation (VIMC) is planning to organise its shareholders’ meeting on June 24, the first since it began operating as a joint stock company.
Giaohangtietkiem admits to allow shippers throw around goods

Giaohangtietkiem admits to allow shippers throw around goods

Giaohangtietkiem (GHTK) officially admitted its fault in letting its shippers throw customers’ goods when classifying items during the Lunar New Year 2019 rush.
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