Dinh Vu port, Hai phong - Vietnam
The big port in north of Vietnam
Hai Phong - Vietnam, near Cat Ba island
Dinh Vu port - Hai Phong, Vietnam
With the decision of the Prime Minister of the Government of August
12, 2004 approving the detail plan for the Northern Sea Port cluster
to 2010 and orientation to 2020, important strategic decisions were
announced concerning the Hai Phong-Dinh Vu-Lach Huyen port system.
Further to the deepening of the access channel to the Hai Phong Port
System, the full upgrading of the Hai Phong Port on the short term
is decided. Further, on the medium term, the complete development of
the Dinh Vu Port area is foreseen. Finally on the longer term basis,
a new deep sea port will be developed along the new Lach Huyen
Lach Huyen Deep Sea Port will be developed to be the gateway port of
the Northern Vietnam. This deep-sea port will be located on the
access channel to Dinh Vu 20,000DWT general port. The Feasibility
study is undertaken by the Transport Engineering Inc. The port will
be built to serve vessels of up to 80,000 dwt and considered as a
main port in North of Vietnam. This will be an incomparable
advantage of Hai Phong City and DVIZ.
It is expected that the first phase port terminal of Lach Huyen
shall be broke ground in 2012 with the construction of the bridge
linking Dinh Vu Industrial Zone to the future port.