(QNO) - Central Vietnam, with its advantages of geographical position and human sources, has attracted more and more foreign direct investment (FDI), which leads to an increasing demand for logistics services.
In the trend of shifting supply chains from developed countries to developing countries, Vietnam is believed as one representative to create a replaced supply chain.
Reportedly, there were 1810 investment projects with a total capital of over USD 25.1 billion in Vietnam from 107 countries and territories in November 2022.
FDI enterprises accounted for nearly 70% of the total import and export values of the country.
The numbers show a high logistics demand from FDI businesses, a great opportunity to develop logistics service chains that may promote local and international trade.
Chu Lai port, located in the heart of the Central key economic region, has received positive impacts from the trend of shifting supply chains.
The imports and exports by FDI businesses in Quang Nam and neighbouring provinces through the port have been more and more increasing.
Using packaging logistics provided by Chu Lai port helps businesses save time and optimise costs. Besides, most of the businesses’ requirements are met via proper support policies.
Reportedly, the warehouse system in Chu Lai port has been expanded, meeting international standards.
It has specialised subdivisions, including bonds, warehouses, cold storage, container yards, meeting diverse needs of FDI businesses.
The Chu Lai port has recently upgraded its infrastructure, investing modern facilities, promoting digital transformation, fostering links with other sea ports to improve the quality of services, to meet high demands from FDI businesses.
Besides, Chu Lai port has cooperated with several major shipping lines in the world, including CMA, CGM, ZIM, and SITC to have more marine routes to international ports, especially in Northeast Asia.
In addition, the port has made a link with the seaports in Da Nang, Quang Ngai, and Binh Dinh to exploit each other's potentials and strengths, and improve the service quality.