The issue of labor shortage is becoming more severe as Vietnam is a member of ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) and is joining in a number of next generation free trade agreements.
VOV.VN - Vietnam needs to untangle bottlenecks facing the logistics sector in order to boost the sectoral development on a par with that of developed countries, insiders have suggested.
Total goods exchange output will increase rapidly, bringing opportunities to Vietnam’s shipping firms, experts said at a seminar on container maritime transport, held on the occasion of the launch of a book on maritime transport in Vietnam by leading expert Lars Jensen.
A series of measures have been proposed at a recent workshop in Hanoi, aiming to turn the capital city into a logistics centre of the nation in the future.
Logistics businesses are accelerating investment in technology to meet the rising demand for delivery of goods at home and abroad amid booming e-commerce, heard a workshop in Hanoi on April 10.
High tolls in Vietnam are contributing to one of the highest logistics costs in the world.
In February 2017, the PM signed Decision 200 approving an action plan to develop Vietnam’s logistics by 2025, a large-scale plan with 60 tasks assigned to relevant ministries, agencies, associations and businesses.
The need to regulate the vehicle-service industry is crucial to achieve sufficient growth and meet consumer needs, especially during the 4.0 Industrial Revolution.
Ho Chi Minh City has proposed building 10 new inland container depots to reduce the overload of traffic on roads as well as enhance connectivity among roads leading to seaports in the city.
Current shortcomings in road transport across the border between Vietnam and other countries in the region need to be solved to enhance connectivity to the international road transport system, experts said.