The bridge and road project across the Saigon River connecting two provinces of Binh Duong and Tay Ninh, with a total cost of about VND 370 billion, is expected to be completed in 2021.
Industry is an important economic sector of Vietnam for many years
The Ho Chi Minh Department of Transportation have proposed the City People's Committee, the Ministry of Planning and Investment and the Ministry of Transportation to prioritize public investment capital for the period of 2021 - 2025 to invest for closed loop of Ring Road 3 at Tan Van - Nhon Trach area.
Faced with the complicated spread of the Covid-19 pandemic, the niche demands such as automated logistics and cool/cold storage have been increasing dramatically. This development is not only at present, but will also gradually become an overwhelming trend.
Although the Covid-19 epidemic is still very unpredictable in the world, due to its effective control, Vietnam is emerging as a "bright spot".
Warehouse and logistics companies are trying to shore up their sustainability efforts as they struggle to change their inventory strategies from just in time to just in case during the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are five trends in sustainable warehousing to look for when the dust settles.
In 2019, the global logistics and transportation market is affected by key factors including: major advances in technology, fluctuations in international trade, new trends in e-commerce and new requirements, environmental protection, climate change prevention in logistics.
This is good time to consider leasing industrial property in industrial parks in Vietnam for building factories to manufacture products. But what products are exactly manufactured in Vietnam recently?
Asia-Pacific is witnessing the lightning pace of e-commerce growth, likely to continue until 2025. This is driving real estate transactions including warehouse and logistics space recently.
TAIPEI - Foxconn, formally known as Hon Hai Precision Industry, plans to expand production in Vietnam with an investment of around $270 million, Nikkei has learned.