History

 

QuyNhonPort is a national focal port (type 1) of the South central of Vietnam, locates in thegulf of Quy Nhon and shielded by Phuong Mai Peninsula, extremely convenient for vessels to anchor all the year round. Because of the natural depth at berths and nautical channel, vessels up to 50.000 DWT (reduced load) easily sail in and out. This port is the gate to East Sea of South central of Vietnam, West Highland and countries in Mekong delta. Locating next to international maritime route is the convenience for ships sailing in and out. Port is the central position of Southern East Asia and East asia. There’re more than 10 maritime routes connect to International ports such as: Manila, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, JapanandRussia…

At km 0 of the national road 19th and connecting to national road 1A and 14th (4-6 lanes), QuyNhon Port is in central of Quy Nhon city. It’s 260 km away from Duc Co border gate (VN-Cambodia) and 310 km away from Bo Y border gate (VN-Laos), 15 km away from Dieu Tri Train Station and 30 km away from PhuCat Airport.

The trade name of Quy Nhon Port is well-known due to high productivity, high quality and rapid release of cargo vessels. With a large number of modern handling equipment and facilities, Quy Nhon Port can handle kinds of cargoes including of various bulk, container, over length and overweight cargoes. The management system of Quy Nhon Port is conformable to ISO 9001:2008 with the motto: “Prestige - Quality - Safety - Development” and rewarded the Golden cup of ISO by Ministry of Science and Technology in 2006.