On Dec. 9, the delegation from Japan's Mitsui OSK Line (MOL) had a working session with THILOGI at THACO Chu Lai Industrial Park.

The visitors were introduced to the scale, history and logistics supply chain of THILOGI and its ongoing projects at Chu Lai port such as the 50,000-ton terminal, Cua Lo channel... The two parties discussed the import and export needs of businesses in the Central region and THILOGI's capabilities to provide international shipping services.

Mr. Yokomizo Seiichi, a senior manager at Thailand-based MOL expressed high appreciations towards the potentials of Chu Lai port and its capacity to receive RoRo ships in the 50,000-ton terminal. He also demonstrated the desire to cooperate with THILOGI to transport semi-trailers and vehicles on RoRo ships in the near future.

THILOGI làm việc với hãng tàu MOL

Demands for import and export are increasing. Port throughput in 2023 is expected to reach 4.5 million tons. With the investments in Chu Lai port expansion, increased goods exploitation from enterprises in Central Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, and Thailand, goods at Quang Nam seaports are forecasted to reach 13-16 million tons by 2030.

Apart from infrastructure, equipment and transport fleets, THILOGI not only strengthens cooperation with major shipping lines such as: CMA CGM, ZIM, SITC... but also seeks cooperation opportunities with new partners to increase transport rates on shipping routes from Chu Lai port to major ports in the world, contributing to increasing imports and exports through the port, saving time and costs and improve competitiveness for businesses.