4 m, the channel doubles the size of vessels that can access SPCT
can now handle vessels of 50,000 dwt, and vessels with 5,000 TEU capacity are expected to start using the channel in coming weeks, DP World stated.
The new Soai Rap channel makes SPCT
the deepest Ho Chi Minh City port, and brings considerable benefits to customers, including halving steaming time to two hours, saving on pilotage and bunker fuel.
, which officially began operations in October 2009, is a state-of-the-art facility located along the western shore of the Soai Rap River on the 40 hectares Hiep Phuoc Industrial Park, and 16km from Ho Chi Minh City centre.
Needless to say, as a fully blown Christmas addict, sufferer of premature elfjaculation and president of the SPCT
, revenge will be appropriate and swift.
The 1,702 TEU vessel "FEI YUN HE" made her maiden call to SPCT
on the same day as part of the SCS service calling at Nansha in China, Hong Kong, Shekou in China, Singapore, Jakarta in Indonesia -- Surabaya in Indonesia -- Singapore.
UASC, one of the largest Middle East based ocean carriers, launched a weekly vessel call to SPCT
named the "SEA3" service, with the maiden call of the 1,015 TEUs (twenty foot equivalent container units) vessel "OSHAIRIJ" on November 18, said a sttaement from DP World.
Additional dredging a depth of 12 metres is planned for the near future, when SPCT
will be able to handle vessels up to 8000 TEU, further reducing logistical cost for Vietnamese exporters and importers
is a state of the art facility currently equipped with five quay cranes and 13 rubber tired gantry cranes (RTGs).
Proximate to Ho Chi Minh City's industrial hinterland, SPCT
will handle cargo that currently moves through these ports, while attracting new volumes.
UASC, recognised as one of the largest Middle East based ocean carriers, launched a weekly vessel call to SPCT
named the "SEA3" service, with the maiden call of the 1,015 TEU (twenty foot equivalent container units) vessel "Oshairij".
On track to open in October, SPCT
is a joint venture between DP World (80%) and IPC (20%), with DP World as operator.