delta international improves internal force Delta International improves internal force

15:14 | 01/12/2017 Companies

(VEN) - The Delta International Co., Ltd. is making greater efforts to realize the vision of becoming the leading provider of supply chain management services in Vietnam.
a 10 year journey A 10-year journey

09:02 | 01/12/2017 Companies

(VEN) - 2017 marks the 10-year journey of the Aviation Logistics Corporation (ALS). A decade isn’t a long time, yet ALS has archived significant milestones such as developing into a corporation with 10 subsidiaries and affiliated companies providing international-standard logistics services across the country.
gemadept logistics strengthens position on 3pl market Gemadept Logistics strengthens position on 3PL market

14:29 | 30/11/2017 Companies

(VEN) - Gemadept Logistics, a subsidiary of Gemadept Corporation, is continuing to strengthen its leading position on the third party logistics (3PL) market through diversifying and improving its services in order to better satisfy customers throughout Vietnam and in the region.
transimex a total logistics provider Transimex, a total logistics provider

09:33 | 30/11/2017 Companies

(VEN) - The Transimex Corporation is the optimal choice of a large number of international partners as they provide complete logistics solutions from inland transportation, ocean shipping and air freight to warehousing, distribution and customs services.
increasing added value of logistics services Increasing added value of logistics services

11:18 | 29/11/2017 Companies

(VEN) - Vietnam’s logistics service industry has been formed since the 1990s based on transportation, freight forwarding and warehousing services. The industry has gone through its initial development period and achieved an annual growth rate of 15-16 percent. The World Bank’s Logistics Performance Index (LPI) Reports showed that Vietnam ranked 48th among 160 countries worldwide in 2014 and 64th in 2016. In ASEAN, Vietnam ranked fourth in 2014 and fifth in 2016, after Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia. However, this index focuses on evaluating international logistics services and therefore is yet to reflect the actual growth of the Vietnamese logistics service industry. 
snp a leading vietnamese logistics brand SNP, a leading Vietnamese logistics brand

09:59 | 29/11/2017 Companies

(VEN) - Providing optimal integrated logistics solutions through operating an infrastructure system consisting of 16 ports with more than 8,519m of wharf, six inland container depots (ICDs), 10 depots, 322ha of container yard and nearly 650,000sq.m of warehouse in addition to modern means of transport and advanced information technology (IT), the Saigon Newport Corporation (SNP) has become a leading Vietnamese national logistics brand.
vinafco joint stock corporation 30 years of a sustainable brand name Vinafco Joint Stock Corporation – 30 years of a sustainable brand name

08:42 | 28/11/2017 Companies

(VEN) - Over the past 30 years, Vinafco has been constantly developing its human resources, infrastructures, means of transport, warehouses and ships to rise up and become one of the in Vietnam leading domestic logistics businesses
avnet accelerates growth of tech startup community in asia pacific Avnet accelerates growth of tech startup community in Asia Pacific

11:54 | 27/11/2017 Companies

Avnet Asia Pacific continued its ongoing investment in the region’s startup community through its participation in the 2017 Elevator Pitch Competition (EPiC) as a diamond sponsor.
koyu unitek to build factory to increase chicken exports Koyu & Unitek to build factory to increase chicken exports

09:59 | 22/11/2017 Companies

The Koyu & Unitek Company, based in the southern province of Dong Nai, plans to develop a second chicken processing factory to meet the demand for chicken products of the Japanese market.
tien phong plastic plans to lift foreign ownership cap Tien Phong Plastic plans to lift foreign ownership cap

16:39 | 20/11/2017 Companies

Tien Phong Plastic Joint Stock Company (Tien Phong Plastic) may allow total foreign ownership of its capital instead of the current 49 percent.
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