On the afternoon of August 9, 2023, the Vietnam Logistics Human Resources Development Association (VALOMA) organized a field survey at Long An International Port (LAIP).

Joining the delegation were Mr. Tran Thanh Hai, Honorary Chairman, Mr. Nguyen Thanh Nha, Head of the Membership Committee; Associate Professor, Dr. Ha Thi Ngoc Oanh, Deputy Head of the Inspection Committee; Dr. Ha Minh Hieu, Deputy Head of the Communications Department, Mr. Dang Quy Nhan, Deputy Head of the Foreign Relations Department, Ms. Nguyen Thuy Loan, representative of the VALOMA Mekong Delta Branch and business representatives, lecturers and students from other countries. universities and colleges.

On LAIP’s side, there was the presence of Mr. Vo Quoc Huy, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Long An International Port Joint Stock Company; Mr. Tran Phi Bang, Executive Director and leaders of departments and divisions.

Long An International Port possesses an important strategic position in Long An province, connecting Ho Chi Minh City and the remaining areas of the Mekong Delta region. With the goal of contributing to local and national socio-economic development, the Port will help connect trade between the Mekong Delta region and key economic regions domestically and internationally. With a design of 9 berths with a continuous length of 2,368 meters, the Port can receive ships up to 100,000 DWT and is expected to have an output of up to 3,000,000 TEU, promising to become an important gateway for regional economic development. .

During the survey, the VALOMA delegation shared the achievements and difficulties of LAIP, through which LAIP expressed its desire to cooperate with VALOMA on human resource development in the field of logistics. Representative of VALOMA, Mr. Tran Thanh Hai expressed his joy and pride in LAIP’s achievements and hopes that in the near future, many VALOMA member businesses will accompany LAIP’s logistics services. . Sharing the same opinion, Mr. Nguyen Thanh Nha also shared the values ​​that LAIP will benefit from when cooperating with VALOMA, especially in logistics training and recruitment.

Absorbing VALOMA’s orientations, Mr. Vo Quoc Huy, Chairman of the Board of Directors of LAIP, thanked VALOMA for creating conditions for LAIP to participate in VALOMA’s logistics and supply chain ecosystem, and committed that LAIP would coordinate with VALOMA Boards to promote the development of a comprehensive cooperation program.

At the end of the visit and working at LAIP, the group was guided on a practical tour of the system of wharves, warehouses, yards and especially took souvenir photos at the flagpole, known as the tallest in the Indochina region. .

Below are some photos at the working session between VALOMA and LAIP.

Speech by Mr. Tran Thanh Hai, honorary chairman of VALOMA

VALOMA delegation took souvenir photos with LAIP

  VALOMA delegation took a field visit at the wharf

Translated by : Pham Phuong Linh – Nguyen Huong