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TCIT Welcomes The 1,000,000th Teu

On November 28th 2016, Tan Cang - Cai Mep International Terminal (TCIT) solemnly held Customer Conference at Gem Center (TP. HCM). The conference has attracted over 500 guests including representatives from more than 40 carriers, Saigon Newport Corporation and its subsidiaries, ICDs, waterway transportation, marine suppliers along with Leaders of the Ministry of Transportation, Secretary of Ba Ria - Vung Tau Committee and representative from other related departments of Provincial People’s Committee and media agencies. The event was also “The 1,000,000th Teu Welcoming Celebration at TCIT In a Year” and it was a great opportunity to express the profound gratitude to the customers as carriers and direct customers who has been supporting TCIT during 06 years.

TCIT SEES GROWTH OF 10% NUMBER OF MOTHER VESSELSCUSTOMER MEETING AT TAN CANG CAI MEP IN 2016THE FIRST VESSEL TO CALL TCIT IN LUNAR NEW YEAR 2016
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ANNOUNCEMENT REGARDING CHANGE IN SHAREHOLDER...

Hanjin Shipping is one of four shareholders of Tan Cang Cai Mep International Terminal (TCIT for short), officially transferred its stake in TCIT to its affiliated logistics company, Hanjin Transportation. The transaction was finished successfully in the late of July 2016.

TCIT REPORTS THE HIGHEST MONTHLY THROUGHPUT VOLUME IN HISTORYMAIDEN CALL OF CALCO SERVICE’S VESSEL AT TCIT ON 05th JULY, 2016.MAIDEN CALL OF CMEX SERVICE’S VESSEL AT TCIT ON 12th JUNE, 2016.

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Welcome to Tan Cang - Cai Mep International Terminal

Tan Cang – Cai Mep International Terminal Co. Ltd. – TCIT – is a joint – venture company of Saigon Newport Corporation with three shipping lines including Mitsui O. S. K. Lines (Japan), Hanjin Shipping (Korea), and Wanhai Shipping (Taiwan). The Investment Certificate was granted for TCIT by the Vietnam Government in September 2009, with capital investment about USD 100 million, equivalent to around VND 2,000 billion.

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