Cat Lai seaport (Photo: SGGP)

Project launched to ease cargo congestion at Cat Lai seaport

HCMC Customs Department in coordination with Saigon Newport Corporation implemented a project to streamline customs procedures in logistics activities and reduce cargo congestion at Cat Lai seaport in HCMC on November 13.
Cat Lai seaport in HCMC (Photo: SGGP)

HCMC should develop into logistics human resource training center: expert

In the project to develop the logistics industry until 2025 with visions until 2030, HCMC should head toward a logistics human resource training center to supply manpower for not only the city but also the Southern Key Economic Zone instead of developing into a logistics center amid ongoing traffic, technical and social infrastructure overloading.

HCMC manages on huge ownerless goods

HCMC manages on huge ownerless goods

Ho Chi Minh City Customs Department on September 18 said that tens of thousands of packages and containers of goods were imported to the city during the last three months without receivers.

The tunnel under My Thuy intersection has been opened to traffic after eight months of construction (Photo: SGGP)

My Thuy intersection tunnel opens to traffic in HCMC

HCMC Department of Transport yesterday opened to traffic the tunnel under My Thuy intersection, District 2 after eight months of construction to ease traffic jam in roads leading to Cat Lai seaport.

Minister of Defense General Ngo Xuan Lich and HCMC Party Committee secretary Nguyen Thien Nhan chaired the conference on October 14 (Photo: SGGP)

Defense Ministry to assist HCMC to solve port traffic jam

The Defense Ministry will assist HCMC to terminate land for defence purpose encroachment in the city and solve traffic jams around Tan Son Nhat Aiport and Cat Lai Seaport, announced the ministry at a meeting in HCMC yesterday.
A new residential area in Pham Hung street, Binh Chanh district, HCMC has provided new accommodations far from the center of the city (Photo: SGGP)

HCMC needs stronger assistance from Gov't to tackle traffic jam

If HCMC doesn't take more initiatives and the Government doesn't give more assistances, it will be difficult for the city to tackle the currently complicated traffic jam, according to Mr. Hoang Minh Tri, former head of HCMC Institute for Development Study.

Nguyen Thi Dinh street (Photo: SGGP)

Many streets badly damaged without drainage systems

Hundreds of streets have been downgraded and damaged in HCMC and the city has spent much on repairing them but that is unable to solve the root of the issue because of no drainage systems.
HCMC-Long Thanh-Dau Giay expressway (Photo: SGGP)

HCMC to build VND1 trillion An Phu intersection

The HCMC People’s Committee has sent a document to the Ministry of Transport about a project to build the first phase of An Phu intersection with the investment capital of VND1 trillion ($44 million) to reduce traffic jam in the area.