According to the Vietnam Logistics Association, logistics industry lacks of around 2 million employees.
The high costs of logistic services stunt the competitiveness of Vietnamese goods when sent to the global market, heard a workshop held in the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho ...
VCN – The goal of increasing Vietnam’s ranking in Logistics Performance Index by 5 to 10 levels by 2025 was published by the World Bank.
VCN - World Bank: Reducing the investment rate for road infrastructure by 2-3% will not cause much impact on transport efficiency.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) is aiming to raise Vietnam’s ranking in the World Bank’s Logistics Performance Index (LPI) by five to 10 places by 2025.
A joint venture between the Hanoi Export-Import Company (Geleximco) and International Transportation and Trading Joint Stock Company (ITC) has proposed building a logistics centre and Cai Mep Ha habour in ...
Increasing investment by foreign services providers is transforming Vietnam’s transport and logistics industries, with enforcement of free trade agreements expected to promote further cross-border trade.
2018 marked an important change in the Vietnamese logistics industry, when international and domestic logistics businesses made significant investments in technology innovation.
VCN - The deepening international economic integration has opened up many opportunities for the logistics industry in Vietnam. However, to avoid "miss ship", Vietnam should really make efforts to solve ...
Hanoi is expected to become one of the country three major logistics hubs that meet international standards
The logistics sector has been the bottleneck for Vietnam economic development but offers plentiful opportunities for local startup companies with the application of technologies
The large number of small logistics firms is preventing the sector from contributing more to Vietnam’s economy.
Logistics costs amount to 20.9 percent of Vietnam’s gross domestic product (GDP), impeding the country’s competitive edge, according to experts.
The strong growth of the e commerce sector has been turning Vietnam into a major magnet for investment in the capital thirsty logistics industry
Vietnam’s logistics costs currently account for nearly 20.9% of gross domestic product, double that of developed economies and higher than the global average of 14%, Thanh Nien newspaper reported, citing ...