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Sea freight, port operating and service providing has long been considered as a service industry which adding values to the merchandise by transporting them from place to place. Taking the 3300-kilometre-long coast line as an advantage, along with the globalizing trend that is reaching every corner of the planet, Vietnam is evaluated as a country with enormous marine potential and sea freight will be the main way of transport for import and export.

Therefore, to continue the success of the preceding Air Freight Logistics Vietnam 2013, Seafreight Logistics Vietnam 2013 conference & Exhibition is organized by the co-operation of Vietnam Maritime Administration, Vietnam Logistics Association, University of Economics HCMC and Diamond Sponsor - Van An Group

The events will be taking place with more than hundreds enterprises in sea services, global logistic, export/import and sea freight businesses; port operators as attendant.


November 28th 2013: 18h00 – 20h00 ( Cocktail Reception Dinner)

November 29th 2013: 8h00 – 17h00 (Conference)

18h30 – 21h30 (Gala Dinner)

Venue: Hotel Equatorial, 242 Tran Binh Trong street, Dis. 5, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam


Freight and Maritime transport Cost.

- Import & Export Outlook of Vietnam in 2014-2020

- Customs Clearance and Inspection Improvement

- The value-added services that attract shippers to a port.

- Promoting ports via online system.

- Responding to the hinterland’s congestion

- Marketing Role of the Global Terminal Operators.

- Expectation of European Customers on the Vietnam’s seafood

- Facilitation of fruit import & export between Vietnam and the USA.

- Opportunities for the Vietnam’s apparel in Japan

- Automobile Supply Chain Connection between Vietnam and Republic of Korea

- Ho Chi Minh City & Mekong Delta Hinterland Logistics Connection

- Containerization of agro-products in Mekong Delta

- Capacity development of gateway ports in Vietnam

- Needs for value-added services at distribution centers

- Leveraging know-how in transport business to market ports.