The human management as a key for the port development in Vietnam

Thi Hoa Nguyen

The human management as a key for the port development in Vietnam

Keywords : human resource management, economic development, sea port


In fact, before 2007, Vietnam's seaport system was still poorly rated for quality, backward, especially for container ships operating on remote sea routes. However, since 2007 up to now, Vietnam's seaport system has made a breakthrough development. The capacity of general ports and regional hubs has been newly invested, renovated and upgraded to accommodate ships of 30,000 - 200,000 tons. Particularly, Ba Ria-Vung Tau port has successfully received the world's largest container ship with a capacity of 18,300 TEU (194,000DWT), which has confirmed that Vietnam's seaport capacity is catching up with the development trend of the world's fleet. . In addition, investment projects on public infrastructure development and leading projects are strongly attracting the private sector to invest, many port operators and large shipping lines of the world. Came to participate in seaport exploitation in Quang Ninh, Hai Phong, Ho Chi Minh City, Ba Ria - Vung Tau. This shows that the development orientation of seaports in our country today is on the right track, meeting the development needs of the economy. Recently, the Prime Minister has issued a Directive requesting the implementation of solutions to reduce logistics costs, and effectively connect the transport infrastructure. Logistics costs of a country depend heavily on the hardware factors of logistics infrastructure and software factors as mechanisms and policies. To reduce logistics costs, Vietnam needs to improve both factors. In order to implement groups of solutions to reduce logistics service costs such as the Prime Minister's Directive, the maritime industry will review and finalize the plans for development of the seaport system towards strong seaward progress. , minimize channel restrictions and get closer access to international shipping routes in the South China SeaThe seaport has been identified as a central hub for deploying solutions to connect transport modes. To plan the development of inland ports to support seaport operation, contributing to restructuring the transport market share of modes, facilitating goods transportation from seaports to production, distribution centers, consumption is throughout.


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