Tan Cang Que Vo ICD is expected to become a logistics center, connecting industrial zones of Bac Ninh, Bac Giang and neighboring provinces. (Photo: thuonghieusanpham.vn)

Tan Cang Que Vo is an inland container depot located on the lower section of the Duong River, adjacent to Highway 18, near industrial parks in Bac Ninh, Bac Giang and Hai Duong provinces, with a scale of 10 ha, capable of accommodating barges with maximum tonnage of 160 TEUs. 

Tan Cang Que Vo ICD is located in Duc Long and Chau Phong communes, Que Vo district, Bac Ninh province. The investor is Tan Cang Que Vo Joint Stock Company.

The ICD aims to exploit, trade in services and carry out import and export procedures in accordance with the provisions of the Government’s Decree 38/2017/ND-CP dated April 4, 2017, and investment certificates and business registration certificates issued by competent authorities.

The depot, operated by Saigon Newport Corporation which is the leading port operator in Vietnam, provides maritime services and will soon deploy refrigerated container yard services and multimodal transportation such as land transport, water transport and combined water-land transport. At the same time, it will operate barge shipping routes to Tan Cang Hai Phong International Container Terminal (TC-HICT).

According to statistics of the Vietnam Maritime Administration, so far, the country has had 10 inland container depots announced for operation.

The Northern region has 9 ICDs, including Hai Linh (Phu Tho), Mong Cai (Quang Ninh), Tan Cang Hai Phong, Dinh Vu Hai Phong, Hoang Thanh (Hai Phong), Long Bien (Hanoi), Tan Cang Ha Nam (Ha Nam), Phuc Loc (Ninh Binh) and Tan Cang Que Vo (Bac Ninh).

In the southern region, the remaining ICD is Tan Cang Nhon Trach  in Dong Nai province./.