Chu Lai Port connects Vietnamese agricultural products to the world market

Supply Chain Management
Market & Price Trends
Published Apr 20, 2024

Tridge summary

Truong Hai International Freight Forwarding Company (THILOGI) is significantly improving the logistics and export value chain for Vietnamese agricultural products by offering comprehensive solutions that include road, seaport, and sea transport, with a focus on addressing logistical challenges such as congestion at border gates and the lack of cold storage. By investing in infrastructure and vehicles, and introducing a full-package logistics service model at Chu Lai port, which features specialized reefer containers, a cold storage system built to international standards, and a 50,000-ton port with modern loading and unloading systems, THILOGI aims to enhance the export value of Vietnamese agricultural products to key markets like China, the US, and the EU. Additionally, Chu Lai port is boosting its logistics capabilities by increasing flight frequency and offering lower service fees, positioning itself as a specialized reefer container port for agricultural exports, thereby reducing transportation costs, shortening delivery times, and ensuring the safety of goods, which in turn enhances the global competitiveness of Vietnamese agricultural products.
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Original content

With the goal of turning Chu Lai port into a logistics connection center, promoting domestic consumption and export of agricultural products, Truong Hai International Freight Forwarding Company (THILOGI) has implemented many solutions to connect operations. Transport forwarding by road - seaport - by sea, optimizing the agricultural export value chain. Agricultural export potential and logistics capacity In 2023, China will spend more than 24.4 billion USD to import agricultural products. Vietnam is the second largest exporter of agricultural products to China after Thailand. This is the result achieved when Vietnam and China signed protocols for many types of officially exported agricultural products (bananas, dragon fruits, mangoes, watermelons, longans, rambutans, jackfruits...) opening up many opportunities. helps Vietnamese goods penetrate this large market. China will continue to be a potential market for Vietnamese agricultural products to increase market share and export ...
Source: Agriculture
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