(Vietnam Logistics Review) Marking 12 years of establishment and operation, International Logistics Company J.S (Interlog) has had remarkable changes with breakthroughs in its business: becoming a strategic partner of Daiichi Kamotsu (Japan); announcing the bran WR1 for its local transport services -...
APEC Summit week 2017: Danang’s golden chance for calling for investments
(Vietnam Logistics Review) APEC Summit Week 2017 is going to be held in Danang from November 6th to 11th, 2017 with participation of leaders from 21 APEC economic members, together with over 10,000 delegates and 2,000 local and foreign journalists: A golden...
President/ Interlog Executive Director - Nguyen Duy Minh: Determination to be a logistics enterprise of international standards
(Vietnam Logistics Review) Marking 12 years of establishment and operation, International Logistics Company J.S (Interlog) has had remarkable changes with breakthroughs in its business: becoming a strategic partner of Daiichi Kamotsu (Japan); announcing the...
Developing ports in the central: Challenges to the logistics service sector
(Vietnam Logistics Review) The race to attract investments among provinces in the Central is in progress. The factor of having seaports is considered a strong point to provinces but it also put the logistics service industry facing challenges.
Can Gio: A peaceful green space
(Vietnam Logistics Review) 20 kilometers Southeast of HCMC, Can Gio is the only coastal district of the city. Coming to Can Gio, you will experience a peaceful green space with no horns, no dirt and smoke. Only fresh air and untamed nature are with you.
Head of World Bank Group’s MIGA to Visit Vietnam
MIGA was created in 1988 as a member of the World Bank Group to promote foreign direct investment into emerging economies to support economic growth, reduce poverty, and improve people’s lives.
Jobs cut as Asciano starts restructuring
Ports and rail group Asciano has started cutting jobs as it proceeds with a restructure, with some employees being asked to reapply for positions as the company merges its rail divisions.