GoNP – Cua Lo Port Wharf V and VI Container Terminal – Nghe An - Project Profile
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The Government of Nghe An Province (GoNP) is undertaking the construction of two container terminals at Cua Lo Port's in Nghe An Province, Vietnam.
The project involves the construction of fifth and sixth harbour container terminals with a handling capacity of vessels upto 30,000DWT on 23.4ha of land.
The project includes the construction of a 450m long jetty, logistics terminal area, waterfront piers and draft depths, quay walls, a switch yard, an administrative facility and related infrastructure, and the installation of related machinery.
Tuan Loc Construction Investment Corporation (TLCIC) has been appointed as the developer.
In-House division of TLCIC is undertaking the construction works.
In April 2015, a ground breaking ceremony held and construction works commenced.
Construction works are underway and are expected to be completed by October 2017.
The project involves the construction of fifth and sixth harbour container terminals with a handling capacity of vessels up to 30,000DWT on 23.4ha of land at Cua Lo Port in Nghe An Province, Vietnam.
The US$82 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of a 450m long jetty
2. Construction of a logistics terminal area
3. Construction of waterfront piers and draft depths
4. Construction of berths
5. Construction of quay walls
6. Construction of an administrative facility
7. Construction of a switch yard
8. Construction of related infrastructureReasons To Buy
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