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Saigon Premier Container Terminal – SPCT, 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 center, is a state-of-the-art facility which began operations in  October 2009, just two years after construction began in September 2007.

Phase I of the development has 2 berths and storage capacity for up to 15,000  TEU (twenty foot equivalent container units) at a time, including 650 refrigerated  container slots.

The continued development of the infrastructure by government authorities  includes dredging of the Soai Rap river to a depth of 9.5m by early 2011, allowing  SPCT to serve vessels with a nominal capacity of up to 5,000 TEU .  SPCT will  then be able to serve both the intra-asia market and deep sea trades, further  reducing logistical cost for Vietnamese exporters and importers.

The project is an 80:20 joint venture between DP World (UAE) and the Tan Thuan  Industrial Promotion Company (IPC) - Vietnamese state-owned company.

It is anticipated that the SPCT development will prove to be a successful formula for additional container terminal developments between DP World and IPC in Hiep Phuoc Industrial Zone  and reinforce the Hiep Phuoc area as the new urban and logistics hub for  Ho Chi Minh City in line with the city government SEA strategy .

SPCT looks forward to delivering the highest levels of customer service to all our valued clients. We look forward to welcoming customers to our new facilities.



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Saigon Premier Container Terminal – SPCT, 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 center, is a state-of-the-art facility which began operations in  October 2009, just two years after construction began in September 2007.

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IPC Tan Thuan

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Tan Thuan Industrial Promotion Company Limited (IPC) is a state-owned  company established under Decision No. 183/QD-UB dated  September 27, 1993 of Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee  (succeeding the Export Industrial Park Program in 1989). As from  July 22, 2004 IPC starts to operate in the model of a parent  company on a pilot basis (Decision No. 180/2004/QD-UB).

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DP World

 

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DP World is one of the largest marine terminal operators in the world, with 49 terminals and 9 new developments and major expansions across 31 countries(1).  Its dedicated, experienced and professional team of nearly 30,000 people serves customers in some of the most dynamic economies in the world. 

DP World aims to enhance customers’ supply chain efficiency by effectively managing container, bulk and other terminal cargo. 

The company constantly invests in terminal infrastructure, facilities and people, working closely with customers and business partners to provide quality services today and tomorrow, when and where customers need them.

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