On the morning of August 11th, Duafat Group Joint Stock Company officially commenced the construction of the bridge pile in Phase 1 of the Van Ninh Integrated Port Project, marking a new milestone in the process of completing and bringing this port into operation.
The groundbreaking ceremony was attended by Chairman of the Board of Directors Le Duy Hung, representing Duafat Corporation and Vanninh International Port Corporation.
The Van Ninh Integrated Seaport officially broke ground in October 2021 with a total area of 82.79 hectares, expected to be completed and put into operation in the fourth quarter of 2024. The total investment for Phase 1 is 2,248 billion VND.
Overview of Vanninh Comprehensive Seaport Project
The Van Ninh Integrated Seaport Project is a typical project in Quang Ninh province and serves as the starting point for realizing the policy of attracting non-budgetary funds for investment in seaport infrastructure in the province. It is also one of the top 17 seaports in the country and plays a crucial role in the key economic region in the North. Once completed, the Van Ninh Integrated Port will establish a transportation network connecting Mong Cai to major seaports nationwide and in the region, opening up opportunities to create the longest sea transportation route ever from Mong Cai to Ca Mau.
In particular, the operation of the Van Ninh Integrated Seaport Project will contribute to comprehensive investment in infrastructure and port services, focusing on professionalism and modernization, promoting logistics, import-export, international trade activities, especially the maritime trade between the ASEAN region and Northeast Asia.
As an experienced entity in infrastructure construction, especially in building seaports, Duafat Group has successfully completed numerous national-scale projects, including the Cà Ná Integrated Seaport (Ninh Thuận), Hoa Phat Dung Quat Steel Complex (Quang Ngai), Duafat Kim Son Multi-Service Port (Ninh Binh), among many other highly complex projects that require advanced construction techniques and synchronization, particularly in the challenging geological conditions and rough seas along Vietnam’s coastline.