The news was announced at its first shareholders’ meeting, on 13 August in Hanoi, according to Vietnamese media.
“This is an important step in the corporation’s development, adding that it helps increase resources for VIMC to improve its management system, thus enhancing service quality and increasing competitiveness to ensure sustainable development,” said Le Anh Son, chairman of Vinalines’ Members’ Council.
The corporation will continue to focus on the key business lines of seaports, marine transportation, and marine services.
VIMC currently holds capital in 19 subsidiaries and 16 associates and shares in 16 seaport enterprises, and manages and operates more than 13,000 metres of wharves, including at key ports around the country such as Hai Phong Port, Saigon Port, Da Nang Port, and Quy Nhon Port.
It has set a target of transporting 18m tonnes of goods and shipping 139m tonnes of commodities via its port network by 2025.
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