Accordingly, the company posted an estimated consolidated profit of VND40.3 billion ($1.8 million) last year.
“Besides profits, most of our other business indicators were fairly positive, as total goods transport and cargo throughput volumes at ports under the company’s management rose by 3 and 8 per cent, respectively,” said Vinalines acting general director Nguyen Canh Tinh.
Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has told Vietnam National Shipping Lines to divest entirely from nine seaports and companies and retain 20 per cent in Hai Phong and Saigon seaport.
The 13 ships are capable of loading approximately 400,000 tonnes.
Besides, Vinalines will focus on infrastructure and equipment projects with a view to raising its production and business capacity.
Prime Shipping Corporation, a Vietnamese tanker operator, turned out to have signed a newbuilding agreement with Ningbo Xinle Shipbuilding for 2+2 26,300dwt chemical tankers.
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