Ho Chi Minh City will build Long Binh, Cu Chi, District 2, Tan Kien ports in order to meet the demand for cargo transportation in the future.
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HCMC People’s Committee has sent a petition to the Ministry of Transport, reported on the construction scale of Long Binh port in District 9 is 50ha. This port serves the relocation of Truong Tho port in Thu Duc and receives goods from Dong Nai and Binh Duong areas for transportation by waterway to Cat Lai, Hiep Phuoc and Cai Mep areas.
Ho Chi Minh City also proposed additional planning of dry docks in the Cu Chi district with a minimum size of 10ha in the master plan for the development of dry docks. This port will be located 11km from An Ha Bridge in the direction from An Ha Bridge to Highway 22 toward Tay Ninh Province.
The establishment of a dry port in Cu Chi will reduce the cargo transported by road to the Southeast Industrial Park and Northwest Industrial Zone of Cu Chi District. At the same time, it helps to transport more convenient goods from Tay Ninh, Binh Phuoc and Binh Duong provinces to Cat Lai port across Sai Gon river.
For dry docks in district 2, district 9, it is necessary to supplement the planning of three dry docks including the port service area of 37ha in the land of Ben Thanh Corporation, bordering Dong Nai River and Ba Cua Ong Cay canal, District 2
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Logistics Center with an area of 66 ha of East Saigon Logistics Joint Stock Company in Cat Lai Ward, District 2. Dry Port in Ho Chi Minh City Hi-tech Park is adjacent to Ong Nhieu River, District 9 with an area of 6ha.
In addition, Ho Chi Minh City has proposed to update the warehouse sites approved by the Prime Minister, including the depots of Tan Kien Dry Port, adjacent to the railway station at the intersection of Vo Van Kiet Boulevard Ho Chi Minh City – Trung Luong highway, 50ha and clearance of Linh Xuan, Thu Duc at the corner of National Highway 1 and Hanoi Highway, scale of 10ha.
At present, there are 11dry ports linking Vung Tau with Ho Chi Minh City. Ho Chi Minh City has 7 dry ports: ICD Phuoc Long, ICD Transimex, ICD Sotrans, ICD Tay Nam, Phuc Long ICD, Tan Tao CID, ICD Transimex in Hi-Tech Park.
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