Port operation is a direct operation of seaports. Enterprises can only provide this service when they meet all business conditions as prescribed.
Under the provisions of Decree No. 37/2017 / ND-CP (amended by Decree 147/2018 / ND-CP), enterprises wishing to provide seaport exploitation services must be established in accordance with the law. Enterprise law and fully meet other conditions of the law, specifically as follows:
Regarding organizational structure: Enterprises are required to have a maritime security management unit as prescribed.
On human resources: all seaport security officers of enterprises must be trained, trained and certified in accordance with the regulations of the Minister of Transport in accordance with the International Code of Ship Security. and the harbor (ISPS Code).
Enterprises must have adequate material facilities, warehouses, yards, and necessary equipment in accordance with national technical regulations applicable to seaports.
In cases where a seaport does not have enough depots and yards, the port enterprise must have a warehouse or depot lease contract (except for cases of operating only wharves, anchoring areas, transshipment areas, and offshore petroleum ports).
In addition, businesses must also meet the conditions of occupational safety and sanitation, and conditions for fire safety in accordance with the law.
Enterprises must ensure adequate means of receiving and recovering wastes from ships when operating at seaports for handling according to the provisions of the International Convention on the prevention of environmental pollution caused by ships. Vietnam is a member (MARPOL Convention) and other conditions for environmental protection in accordance with the law.
In addition, for foreign-invested enterprises, if the enterprises wish to provide container loading and unloading services of maritime transport support services, foreign investors may contribute capital according to the provisions of law. the law. In particular, the capital contribution ratio of foreign investors must not exceed 50% of the charter capital of the enterprise.
Port operation service at LEC Group
LEC Group is a major shareholder of Thi Vai General Port (international port), My Xuan International Port and some domestic ports. LEC Group has been cooperating successfully with many ports spread throughout Vietnam (SPPSA, Baria Serece, Thi Vai International, Chan May Port, Saigon Port, Phuc Son Port, Port Group in Phu Thai, General Port Phu America,…). With a total length of more than 2 km berth, with a handling capacity of up to 60,000 tons/day. We have the capacity, equipment, specialized and specialized teams to provide the following services and handle most types of agricultural goods, bulk/bulk cargoes, and others.
Head Office: Road 4, Phu My 1 Industrial Zone, Phu My Ward, Phu My Town, Ba Ria - Vung Tau, Vietnam.
Add: The Galleria Office Building, 59 Hanoi Highway, Thao Dien Ward, District 2, Ho Chi Minh City.
Hotline: (+84) 909 800 136 & (+84) 909 455 136.
Email: email@example.com & firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel: 0254. 3897 789
Hotline: (+84) 909 455 136 & (+84) 899 788 136.
Head office: Road 4, Phu My 1 Industrial Zone, Phu My ward, Phu My Town, Ba Ria - Vung Tau, Vietnam
Add: The Galleria Metro 6 Building, 59 Hanoi Highway, Thao Dien Ward, District 2, Ho Chi Minh City.
Mr. Richard Seth
LEC’s Representative in Indonesia
Hotline: (+62) 21- 30053614 & (+62) 815 9212190
Address: PT Indo Globex Worldwide , Axa Tower 45th Floor , Jl.Dr Satrio Kav 18, Jakarta Selatan 12940 Indonesia.
Mr. Mike Raj
Đại diện của LEC tại Singapore
Hotline: (+00) 65 9018 4988.
Địa chỉ: 6 Raffles Quay, Singapore 048580