Ports in District 9 will be built in the high-tech zone, 6ha wide and ICD Northwest port in Cu Chi district will be 10ha wide.
HCM City Vice Chairman Le Van Khoa has chaired the meeting with HCM City Department of Transportation to discuss the implementation of two projects on dry bulk ports for HCM City Hi-Tech Park in District 9 and South East industrial park in Cu Chi district.
According to the Department of Transportation, Ho Chi Minh City should add to the planning of ICD Northwest Port in Cu Chi District. This port will be located 11km from An Ha Bridge in the direction from An Ha Bridge to Highway 22 toward Tay Ninh Province.
Le Hoang Minh, deputy director of the HCM City Department of Transportation, said that the port is estimated to have a total area of 10ha. The establishment of a dry harbor in the South East Industrial Park of Cu Chi District will reduce the cargo transported by road to the Southeast Industrial Park and Northwest Industrial Zone of Cu Chi District.
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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. However, to build this port, it is necessary to upgrade the static of Binh Loi bridge.
Meanwhile, the port serving the hi-tech area of Ho Chi Minh City will be built on an area of 6ha. Le Thanh Dai, deputy head of the HCM City Hi-tech Park Management Board, said that on average, there are 800 containers of high-tech containers moving from Cat Lai to Cat Lai in District 2.
This puts pressure on road traffic. Therefore, the construction of dry docks in the High-Tech Park will not only serve the high-tech zone of Ho Chi Minh City, but also reduce the road traffic pressure and effectively exploit water transport from the Hi-Tech Park to the Cat Lai port through Ong Nhieu canal.
However, to build shallow ports in the high-tech zone must dredge the channel, raising static not through the boat bridge Tang Long and Ong Nhieu from 3.5m to 6m.
Le Van Khoa said that the construction of two dry docks in districts 9 and Cu Chi are important for the socio-economic development of Ho Chi Minh City. At the same time, reduce the traffic pressure for road traffic systems.
“In order to develop and maximize the economic efficiency of the project, the Department of Transportation, the Department of Planning and Architecture, the People’s Committees of District 9 and Cu Chi District have to evaluate the necessity of the project. Determine the region’s freight demand to balance the port size. At the same time, we urge enterprises to invest, “Khoa said.
Mr. Khoa also asked for synchronous solutions to widen the flow, conduct dredging, lift bridges and adjust the area of green trees to compensate for the project servicing.
Currently, there are 11 shallow ports linking Vung Tau with Ho Chi Minh City. Ho Chi Minh City has 7 dry docks: ICD Phuoc Long, ICD Transimex, ICD Sotrans, ICD Tay Nam, Phuc Long ICD, Tan Tao CID, ICD Transimes in Hi-Tech Park.
Ioc Phuoc Long Port, ICD Transimex, ICD Sotrans and ICD Tay Nam are located in Truong Tho Port, Thu Duc District with a total area of 63 hectares. The Truong Tho port cluster was approved by the People’s Committee of HCMC to relocate to District 9.
The investment project to build a new entrepot port in District 9 has a total investment of VND 4.635 trillion, appointed by the People’s Committee of Duc Khai Joint Stock Company, Tan Hoang Real Estate Joint Stock Company, Tam Binh Real Estate Joint Stock Company is the investor.
With an area of nearly 60ha, the project includes many items such as port, warehouse and auxiliary works including office system, operator, security system, fire protection, rescue and rescue drainage, weighing stations, power and communications …
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