Volume of goods via Quy Nhon Port reaches 11 million tons in 2020
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Photo: Internet

In the development plan for the period of 2021-2025, Quy Nhon Port  in the central province of Binh Dinh will continue to be invested and expanded to nearly 90 hectares, in order to focus on improving loading and unloading capacity, and applying modern technology to the production process to provide customers with the best services.

According to a report by the Vietnam Maritime Corporation (VIMC), in 2019 the volume of goods via ports increased sharply to 9.1 million tons, up more than 9% against 2018.

In 2020, the volume will reach a record of 11 million tons, up nearly 32% against 2018. The port's profit in 2020 reached 146 billion VND, up more than 21% against 2018, while the equity is only 404 billion VND.

This year, Quy Nhon port launched a direct transport service route from the port to other countries in Northeast Asia in order to connect the source of goods in the Central Highlands to export to the Republic of Korea, Japan and China with an average frequency of one vessel per week./.


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