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Cai Mep port cluster had the fastest growth rate in the world in 2016, reaching 35.3% in the top 100 container ports.

On March 27, according to Alphaliner Maritime Magazine (issue 12), the Cai Mep port cluster (Ba Ria - Vung Tau, Vietnam) had the fastest growth rate in the world in 2016, reaching 35.3%. Ranked second in terms of growth rate is Oman's Salalah port (29.4%), third is the Bandar Abbas port in Iran (23.6%) and fourth is the port of Mundra in India (18.7%).

The Cai Mep port cluster is the fastest growing in the world

Cai Mep port cluster had the fastest growth rate in the world in 2016, reaching 35.3% in the top 100 container ports.

On March 27, according to Alphaliner Maritime Magazine (issue 12), the Cai Mep port cluster (Ba Ria - Vung Tau, Vietnam) had the fastest growth rate in the world in 2016, reaching 35.3%. Ranked second in terms of growth rate is Oman's Salalah port (29.4%), third is the Bandar Abbas port in Iran (23.6%) and fourth is the port of Mundra in India (18.7%).

To achieve such impressive growth above, it is impossible not to mention 5 factors. Specifically, the speed of changing the mode of transporting import-export goods by feeder consolidation ships arriving at ports in Ho Chi Minh City to transporting by mother ships directly calling at Cai Mep is happening quickly. With 10 mother ships going to the US every week at Cai Mep as today, basically all exports to the US and a large part of exports to Europe from the key economic region of the South use Cai Mep. to load or unload cargo directly onto the mother ship.

Cai Mep has done well as the gateway port of the key economic region in the South - an area considered as the economic engine of the country, only after Malaysia. Vietnamese exports are being best linked to foreign countries, far more than goods from Thailand, Indonesia, and the Philippines.

Ports in Cai Mep area are proving their advantages in terms of geographic location, high productivity, good service quality, modern facilities and continuous research to develop more value-added services for customers. Since then, international shipping lines have become more and more confident in bringing the mother ship into operation at Cai Mep.

The size of the boat at Cai Mep is increasing in line with the general trend of the world maritime industry. Vessels of over 14,000 TEU put into operation weekly, typically a 200,000 DWT vessel with a capacity of 18,300 TEU, also successfully tested the Cai Mep International Port (CMIT) in February, posing a challenge. very great inlet channel depth requirement.

The Ministry of Transport has continuously made efforts in appropriately budget allocation to maintain and dredge the channel at a minimum of -14m, creating conditions for Cai Mep to continue to welcome development opportunities. Moreover, the capacity of coordination between the authorities and between stakeholders is one of the very important factors for Cai Mep to have the current growth.

Along with that, another factor is the development of Ba Ria - Vung Tau province, policies to attract investment started to take effect when logistics services and import and export goods in the province increased. on the strong growth of Cai Mep in recent years.

In addition, thanks to the attention and policies of the Government and the Ministry of Transport such as: minimum price policy, incentives on maritime charges and fees, budget allocation for channel dredging maintenance, investment infrastructure connected to seaports ... has brought into play and spread, increased the attractiveness of Cai Mep and contributed to making Cai Mep present on the world maritime map.

Mai Huyen - Traffic newspaper.

 

 

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