GENERAL INFO

- Manufacturing and consumption of key products of Quang Tri province
- Import and export goods of Quang Tri province.
- Products and materials for export and import of Laos and Thailand.
- Petroleum products and liquefied gas, serving the needs of the region and/or continent.
- Coal, diesel, and fuel oil for thermal power plants.
- Commodity throughput from the Dong Lam Cement Plant.
- Transiting goods and materials of countries: South Korea, Japan, China, etc.
No Sectors Unit Phase I Phase II Phase III
1 General goods Ton/year 5.953.000 8.541.000 12.958.000
2 Coal Ton/year 6.000.000 8.000.000 8.000.000
3 Container Ton/year 741 1.352.000 3.250.000
No Items Unit 2026 2032 2037
PA1 PA2 PA1 PA2 PA1 PA2
I Export Goods 103 1022 1111 1795 2033 3324 3621
1 Agricultural products 30 40 50 50 55 55
2 Ores 40 40 50 50 60 60
3 Industrial Goods 433 446 883 1027 2041 2158
4 Laos + Northeast Thailand 359 416 612 706 939 1080
5 Others 160 169 200 200 230 261
II Import goods 103 T 1174 1987 2667 3070 4862 5381
1 Equipment 50 70 100 120 150 180
2 General goods 150 200 250 300 350 400
3 Goods serving industrial zones 865 893 1177 1369 2721 2878
4 Laos + Northeast Thailand 539 624 918 1059 1408 1630
5 Others 170 200 222 222 233 293
5 Others 170 200 222 222 233 293
III Domestic goods 103 T 3522 3596 4584 4789 7061 7206
1 Gypsum (Laos) 300 350 400 450 500 600
2 Rice 10 10 15 15 20 20
3 Cement 1700 1700 2274 2274 3596 3596
4 Construction material 876 876 1036 1036 1236 1236
5 Goods serving industrial zones 487 510 631 790 1440 1484
6 Others 149 150 229 225 269 270
Total 103 T 6318 6694 9046 9893 15247 16208
Container 103 TEU 41 57 89 104 211 250

IN THE VICINITY

Vicinity The North of Quang Tri province borders Quang Binh province, the South borders Thua Thien-Hue province, the West borders the provinces of Savannakhet and Saravane of Laos, the East borders the East Sea.
General In the area of Phong Dien district, the north of Thua Thien - Hue province, there are now a number of factories located close to My Thuy Port. Those are Prime Group Tiles Factory, Vinatex General Textile Factory Company, Luks Cement Factory and Dong Lam Cement Plant.
With a capacity of 2 million tons per year, with cement and clinker products. For clinker that is exported entirely by sea, it is currently transported down to Chan May Port, with a distance of 110 kilometers. When My Thuy Port becomes operational, it will shorten the shipping route to just 28 km.
In addition, Dong Lam Cement is preparing to invest in Stage 2 construction, expected to double its capacity.
Stage 1 is expected to be invested in 2020-2025.
This is a feasible source when My Thuy Port is operational, to handle such throughout with its optimal capacity to serve large vessels.
Companies with Current Export Capacity Through My Thuy Port Please view the next table.
Company Name Yearly Production Cargo quantity Product Type Distance to MTP
Thang Loi Cement 500,000 tons/year 500,000 Cement 85km
No Company Name Product Address
Yearly Production Cargo Quantity Product Type
1 Prime Group 40,000 Tons/year 40,000 Ceramic Tiles Area 1 – Block B – Phong Dien Industrial Zone, Phong Dien District, Hue Province
2 Charoen Pokphand Group 9,000 Tons/year 9,000 Frozen Shrimp Export Phong Dien Industrial Zone, Hue Province Tel: (+84) 054 3777 777
3 Scavi Group 15,000,000 Product/year ? Clothing Export Phong Dien Industrial Zone, Phong Dien Town, Phong Dien District, Hue Province Tel: (+84) 54 3751 751
4 Dong Lam Cement 2 million Ton/year 2,000,000 Cement Co Xuan Hamlet, Phong Xuan Commune, Phong Dien District, Hue Province Tel: (+84) 054. 3751 702
5 Luk Cement 4,2 million Tons/year 4,200,000 Cement Tu Ha Town, Huong Tra District, Hue Province Tel: (+84) 054 3557 012
6 Vinatex Investment Development Corporation 130,000 Product/month ? Clothing Export Area 3 of Tu Ha Industrial Zone Tu Ha Ward, Huong Tra Town, Hue Province. Tel: (+84) 054 377 9902.
7 Thien An Phat Textile Garment 7,000,000 Product/year ? Clothing Export Road No.5, An Hoa Industrial Zone, An Hoa Ward, Hue City, Hue Province. Tel: (+84) 54 3.548.370
8 Long Tho JSC 0.35 million Tons/year 350,000 Cement 423 Bui Thi Xuan, Thuy Bieu Ward, Hue City, Province Tel: (+84) 0234 3822083
9 Long Tho JSC 0.35 million Tons/year 350,000 Cement 423 Bui Thi Xuan, Thuy Bieu Ward, Hue City, Province Tel: (+84) 0234 3822083
TOTAL 6,599,000
Total Cargo Through My Thuy Port 6,249,000

IN QUANG TRI PROVINCE

Potential Cargo Source There is great potential and advantages of investing in Quang Tri Province. Quang Tri Province will attract more investors and will have companies and factories specializing in manufacture of products for export that will form by 2020, as per the table below:
Potential Cargo Quantity from Quang Tri Thermal Power Plants through My Thuy Port (GROUP 4)
No. PROJECT SCALE
Potential Cargo Quantity From Thermal Power Plant 1,2 (GROUP 2)
1 EGATi Thermal Power Plant 3.5 million tons/year
2 Western Power Thermal Power Plant (Operate in 2025) 3.5 million (tons/year)
3 Sun Paper Group 180,000 containers/year
4 Luks Cement 2,000,000 tons/year
5 Tan Viet Quang Company Limited 240,000 tons/year
6 Calcium Silicate 5-8 million sheets/year
7 Nippon Sheet Glass 200,000 tons/year
8 Gazprom EP International B.V 340MW
* The EGATi Thermal Power Plant will complete unit No. 1 by 2020, with a capacity of 1.75 million tons of coal per year. Unit No. 2 will be completed by 2022, and the total volume of coal required for these 2 units is 3.5 million tons of coal per year.
** The Western Power Plant will be completed in 2025, with a required capacity of 3.5 million tons of coal per year.

Through EWEC

In addition, with the trend of integration, expanding economic cooperation with other countries in the region and in the world in the context of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) is being formed; The development of international transportation, trade in goods, services and tourism with countries in the Mekong sub-region is increasingly strong, attractive areas through the My Thuy port will be increasingly enhanced and expanded.

According to a study released by the Asian Development Bank (ADB Bank) in 2012, the volume of goods imported through Laos and Thailand to Vietnam in 2009 is as follows:

For goods transiting from Laos - Thailand on the East-West Economic Corridor according to Asian Development Bank (ADB), the cargo from Laos and Thailand to Vietnam is about 22 million tons in 2014. The customs clearance area is predominantly in the central region of Northeast Thailand and Laos. As in Lao Bao and La Lay international border, the volume of goods through the border gate is 0.6 million tons per year with the Lao Bao border gate and 0.2 million tons per year with La Lay borders without the presence of My Thuy port. With its location on the East-West Economic Corridor as well as the two border gates of Lao Bao and La Lay, it is now being upgraded and expanded, according to a report at the La Lay Border Improvement Project at the time of upgrading; the cargo increase was very strong.

Let’s compare the competitiveness of My Thuy port with other ports in the central region. The 1,450km East-West Economic Corridor (EWEC) runs from Myanmar's Mawlamyine Port through Kayin State (Myanmar), through seven provinces: Tak, Sukhothai, Kalasin, Phitsanulok, Khon Kaen, Yasothon, Mukdahan. (Thailand), via Savanakhet (Lao PDR) and three provinces and cities of Vietnam: Quang Tri, Thua Thien-Hue and finally Da Nang.

This key route connects to many international sea ports such as Cua Viet, My Thuy, Chan May, Da Nang and Quy Nhon are located. It is shorter and more profitable route than the complete line of sea lanes from the Gulf of Thailand that crosses South Vietnam to the north. Especially for fruits and agricultural products, the shortening of transportation time is an important factor affecting the quality of export goods, thus reducing transportation costs and increasing the value of export commodities. .

The National Highway 15D Road to My Thuy Port is expected to attract most of the cargo from Bangkok via La Lay International border gate. Because of its great advantage, it is the shortest way to go to the central seaports in Vietnam, and its terrain is quite favorable compared to other routes. The 15B highway from La Lay border to Laos PDR and National Highway 15D are on the way. This combined with the railway line in Bangkok to Ubon Ratchathani (both railway and road 570km long). It results in significant reduction in transportation costs, which can be specifically compared as follows:

The route from Ubon Ratchathani (Thailand) - through Pakse (Lao) - Salavan (Laos) - La Lay border - Chan May port (Vietnam) is 560 km long (Route No. 1)

Meanwhile, from Ubon Ratchathani (Thailand) - through Pakse (Lao) - Salavan (Laos) - La Lay border - My Thuy port (Vietnam) is only 480km long (Route 2);

The road from Ubon Ratchathani Province (Thailand) goes along Thailand through the provinces - Amnat Charoen - Mukdahan (Thailand) - Savannakhet (Lao) - Lao Bao border gate - Dong Ha - Chan May port (Vietnam) is 631km (Route 3);

While Ubon Ratchathani (Thailand) travels through Thailand the provinces of Amnat Charoen - Mukdahan (Thailand) - Savannakhet (Lao) - Lao Bao border gate - Dong Ha - My Thuy port (Vietnam) is 510 km (Route 4);

It is the advantageous way to export and import of goods through My Thuy Port.

THROUGH THAILAND

General Import and Export Commodity Regarding the export commodity market in 2019, the United States is Vietnam's largest export market with a turnover of $60.7 billion USD, rising 27.8% over the previous year; followed by the EU market with $41.7 billion USD, down -0.7%; China reached $41.5 billion USD, inching up by +0.2%; the ASEAN market reached $25.3 billion USD, increasing by 1.9%; Japan reached $20.3 billion USD, rising steadily by 7.7%; South Korea reached $19.8 billion USD, also expanding steadily by 8.3%.
Regarding the imported commodity market in 2019, China remained Vietnam's largest import market, with a turnover of $75.3 billion USD, strongly rising 14.9% over the previous year; followed by the South Korean market, with $47.3 billion USD, down -0.6%; ASEAN market reached $32.1 billion USD, inching up by 0.8%; Japan reached $19.6 billion USD, rose 3%; The EU market reached 14.8 billion USD, rising well by 6.4%, whereas the United States reached 14.3 billion USD, rising strongly by 12.3%.

According to the graph of total import-export turnover between Vietnam and Thailand from the period 2008-2014 on page 8 of the Thai Market Document of the International Relations Committee, Vietnam Department of Industry and Commerce released in March 2015, the total import-export turnover between the two countries from 2009 to 2014 has been increasing, as follows:

Increased by 17.5% in 2010 compared to 2009;

Increased by 20.7% in 2011 compared to 2010;

Increased by 5.5% in 2012 compared to 2011;

Increased by 9.2% in 2013 compared to 2012;

Increased by 12.5% in 2014 compared to 2013.

Averaging over 5 years, the average annual increase is 13.08%. Therefore the amount of exports and imports of Thailand via Vietnam as of 2015 is as follows:

Export: (4,000,153 x 13.08%) x 5) + 4,000,153 = 6,616,253 Tons

Import: (4,000,219 x 13.08%) x 5) + 4,000,219 = 6,616,362 Tons

Total: 6,616,253 + 6.616,362 = 13,232,615 Tons

Export & Import from Thailand

Unit: Million Tons

THROUGH LAOS

General Import and Export Commodity Regarding the export commodity market in 2019, the United States is Vietnam's largest export market with a turnover of $60.7 billion USD, rising 27.8% over the previous year; followed by the EU market with $41.7 billion USD, down -0.7%; China reached $41.5 billion USD, inching up by +0.2%; the ASEAN market reached $25.3 billion USD, increasing by 1.9%; Japan reached $20.3 billion USD, rising steadily by 7.7%; South Korea reached $19.8 billion USD, also expanding steadily by 8.3%.
Regarding the imported commodity market in 2019, China remained Vietnam's largest import market, with a turnover of $75.3 billion USD, strongly rising 14.9% over the previous year; followed by the South Korean market, with $47.3 billion USD, down -0.6%; ASEAN market reached $32.1 billion USD, inching up by 0.8%; Japan reached $19.6 billion USD, rose 3%; The EU market reached 14.8 billion USD, rising well by 6.4%, whereas the United States reached 14.3 billion USD, rising strongly by 12.3%.

According to the export turnover graph between Vietnam and Laos during 2008-2014 on page 8 of the Lao Market Document of the International Relations Committee, Vietnam Department of Industry and Commerce released in March 2015, the total import-export turnover between the two countries from 2009 to 2014 has been increasing. Specifically as follows:

Increased by 17.6% in 2010 compared to 2009;

Increased by 49.5% in 2011 compared to 2010;

Increased by 18% in 2012 compared to 2011;

Increased by 30% in 2013 compared to 2012;

Increased by 14.3% in 2014 compared to 2013.

Averaging over 5 years, the average annual increase is 25.88%. Therefore the amount of exports and imports of Laos through Vietnam in 2015 is as follows:

Export: (1,450,153 x 25.88%) x 5) + 1,450,153 = 3,326,651 Tons

Import: (2,013,738 x 25.88%) x 5) + 2,013,738 = 4,619,515 Tons

Total: 3,326,651 + 4,619,515 = 7,946,166 Tons

Export & Import from Laos

Unit: Million Tons