MoT – Lach Huyen Port Development – Hai Phong - Project Profile
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The Ministry of Transport (MoT) is undertaking the construction of Lach Huyen Port in Hai Duong Province of Vietnam.
Vietnam Maritime Administration and Directorate of Roads for Vietnam have been appointed as executing agencies for the development of the project.
The project involves the construction of an international port capable of handling container ships of up to 8,000 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs).
The project will be constructed in two parts. Part A comprises infrastructure work of sea passages, breakwaters and roads which will be developed in four packages namely Package 6, 8, 9 10. This part will be implemented by Vietnam Maritime Bureau.
Package 6 includes bank protection, handle soft ground water, segment breakwater, beach replenishment, background processing, service station, 5.4 km long Lach Huyen Bridge, connecting highway and electricity infrastructure. Package 6 of the overall Lach Huyen Port Infrastructure Construction Project, involves the construction of a new 15.6 km long highway linking the Hanoi-Haiphong Expressway at the Tan Vu Interchange on the mainland to Lach Huyen Port.
Package 8 includes the dredging turning basin and 7.07km upstream flow (16.6million m3); Package 9 includes the construction of 10km dredging downstream flow (21.1million m3); and Package 10 includes building dykes B waves and the 7.6km breakwater sand dyke.
Part B comprises 14m wide two wharves with a combined length of 750m along with handling equipment for two container terminals with a capacity of 100,000 deadweight tonnages (DWT). This part will be implemented by the joint venture between the Saigon Newport (51%) and Molnykit Company of Japan (49%).
The project will also include the construction of shipyard units, container berths and cargo terminals, the installation of security alarms and safety systems.
PADECO Co. Ltd has been appointed to undertake financial analysis and construction planning activities, Transport Engineering Inc. and Portcoast Consultant Corporation to undertake the feasibility study work.
The project is being implemented under public-private partnership (PPP) mode.
Part A worth US$900 million will be funded from Japan’s ODA loans and state budget under PPP format, while Saigon Newport Corporation and Japanese investors will make an investment of US$321 million for the development of Part B.
On November 8, 2011, Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL), Nippon Yussen Kaisha, and Itochu joint venture known as Molnykit Co. signed developer contract with water transportation group Vietnam National Shipping Lines (Vinalines) for the development of Part B, but later in March 2013, Vinalines was replaced with Saigon Newport Corporation.
On April 11, 2013, Nippon Koei Co. Ltd (NK of Japan), Japan Port Consultant Co. Ltd (JPC of Japan), Portcoast Consultant Corporation (Portcoast of Vietnam) and Nippon Koei Vietnam International LLC Co., Ltd signed a project management contract with Vietnam Maritime Administration for the Part A of the project.
In April 2013, Penta-Ocean Construction Co. Ltd and TOA Corporation were appointed as construction contractors for Package 6 and ground breaking ceremony held on Package 6 on April 14, 2013.
On May 7, 2013, construction commenced on Package 6 of Part A of the project and in December 2013, ports of Antwerp and Zeebrugge teamed up with Saigon New Port to develop the Part B of the project.
In December 2014, project management unit signed a contract with the contractor TOA Corporation (Japan) for the construction of Package 10 of the project.
In December 2015, dredging works contract was awarded to Penta-Ocean JV for Package 9, Toyo Construction for Package 8.
Pre-construction works are underway on Package 10. The construction works on Package 6, on 5.4km bridge and new 15.6 km long highway linking the Hanoi-Haiphong Expressway at the Tan Vu Interchange on the mainland to Lach Huyen Port are underway.
In May 2016, 84% of the work were completed on the Package 6, which is scheduled for completion in 2018. Groundbreaking ceremony was also held for Part B.
In May 2017, 93% of package 6, 31% of package 8, 44% of package 9 and 36% of package 10 construction works completed.
In September 2017, Construction works on package 6 completed.
Construction works are underway on part A and B of the project.Scope
The project involves the construction of an international port capable of handling container ships of up to 8,000TEUs in Hai Phong, Hai Duong Province, Vietnam.
The US$1,200 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of infrastructure facilities in Part A
2. Construction of infrastructure facilities in Part B
3. Construction shipyard units
4. Construction of container berths
5. Construction of cargo terminals
6. Installation of security alarms
7. Installation of safety systemsReasons To Buy