About Nam Dinh Vu
Nam Dinh Vu is a special industrial park not only owning inside seaport but also associated with Northern Vietnam logistics chain. Located in the center of Dinh Vu - Cat Hai Economic Zone, this is a synthetic multidisciplinary, multi-sector economic center serving the socio-economic development needs of Hai Phong city, the coastal areas of the North and the whole country as well. In addition, all projects in the economic zone enjoy the highest tax incentives in Vietnam.
Technical infrastructure and social infrastructure here are developed synchronously and modernly. These comparative advantages bring benefits to investors when optimizing transportation costs and shortening the time to push products to market.
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READY - SYNCHRONOUS
Current investment capacity and progress: Nam Dinh Vu port is in effective operation with 2 container berths and with loading capacity of 600,000 TEUs per year.
Target industries: normal warehouse, refrigerated warehouse, bonded warehouse, yard, logistics distribution and transportation services.
Current investment progress: ground leveling completed, the technical infrastructure of liquid jetty under construction
Target industries: general industries, heavy industries, precision mechanical manufacturing, automotive supporting industries, electronics, chemicals, light metal
The internal road wide 46m – 34 m – 23m and Green area is often pruned, cared for and planted
Supporting pipe rack system for direct transfer of liquid products from jetty to factory
It is supplied from the national power grid through the Nam Dinh Vu 110/22KV substation
Maximum capacity of 30,000 m3/day
Waste water treatment module 1 of phase 1: 6,500m3/day
Hydrant system is underground 100%, Pressure: 5-7 bar
100% collection and drainage network is underground by HDPE pipes
Periodical maintenance of roads, street lighting, green area, drainage system, etc
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