3. Van Phong Port
Having the shortest position with international routes with the shortest distance between Pacific and Hong Kong and Singapore, Van Phong port has the potential to become an international transshipment port in Vietnam.
Van Phong port construction project restarted from the end of 2009 and is expected to be completed by 2020 in two phases. As expected, the international transshipment port in Vietnam is capable of receiving 5 million TEU / year, with 8 berths for container ships with a capacity of 12,000 TEU and 8 berths for feeder ships and a total port area of 405 hectares. and total berth length up to 5,710m.
Currently, Tan Phong port has completed two berths: My Giang and Doc Let and Ninh Thuy.
4. Quy Nhơn Port
Located in the center of Quy Nhon city – Binh Dinh province and possessing natural conditions as well as favorable geographical location, Quy Nhon port is considered to be the leading port of the central region with the ability to receive ships. with a tonnage of 30,000 DWT to 50,000 DWT.
The port has a total area of 306,568m2; total warehouse area accounts for 30,732m2 with CFS 1,971m2 warehouse; area of yard of 201,000m2 with container yard occupies 48,000 m2.
In the future, it is expected to invest about VND 180 billion in Quy Nhon port to upgrade the flow of ships capable of receiving ships of 50,000 tons and safely entering and leaving the port. At the same time, after being under the investment management of Vietnam Maritime Corporation, Quy Nhon port is determined to become an international port in the South Central region, boosting opportunities to develop Vietnamese maritime transport industry. Male.