Tan Cang Cai Mep International Terminal achieves a throughput volume of 483,000 teus in first half of 2016
In the first half of 2016, Tan Cang Cai Mep International Terminal (hereafter called TCIT) served total 211 mother vessel voyages, up 20 voyages in comparison with the same period last year with a quite high throughput volume of roughly 483,000 Teus, the company said in its press release.
In the first 6 months of 2016, the situation of import- export activities through Cai Mep area in general and TCIT in particular continued going actively and dynamically. TCIT continually received the supports of the carriers, import-export, transport, logistics enterprises. Thus, TCIT achieved a high throughput of about 483,000 Teus, accounting for nearly 60% of Cai Mep market share.
Separately in June, 2016, TCIT served 40 mother ships, up 3 voyages compared to that in May, 2016 because on 12th June, 2016 TCIT welcomed a new service that is CMEX. Throughput volume in June was over 88,600 Teus, a 23 percent increase against May, 2016. In addition, on 05th July, 2016, TCIT welcomed one more new service that is CALCO, which increased the total number of weekly services calling at TCIT to 10.
In the coming time, TCIT will continue to make investment and improvement in human resource, infrastructures, technical facilities…. to enhance productivity and the quality of service provided to customers. With 10 weekly services deploying to ports of Asia, Europe, Canada, West Coast and East Coast of the United States, TCIT is expected to stably maintain its position as the busiest port of Cai Mep with the highest throughput volume.