|The Thăng Long Logistics Centre is the first modern distribution centre in Hưng Yên Province. - VNA/VNS Photo Đinh Tuấn|Viet Nam News
HƯNG YÊN — The Thăng Long Logistics Centre opened on October 4 in Mỹ Hào District, Hưng Yên Province. This is the first modern multi-functional logistics centre in the province.
The centre has a total investment capital of nearly VNĐ280 billion from Transimex Corporation, Vinafreight Joint Stock Company, VNT LOGISTICS Joint Stock Company, Chợ Lớn Investment and Import Export Joint Stock Company (CHOLIMEX) and Tuấn Mạnh Trading and Investment Co, Ltd.
The three-hectare project boasts a general storage system, freezer storage, an eight-storey racking system, humidity control, a camera system, a fire fighting system and modern management software.
Nguyễn Bảo Trung, who manages the centre, said that it will store many types of consumer goods, including food products that need to be kept cool. The centre will also control distribution to customers and shops.
The storage system meets ISO, HACCP and CT-PAT standards. It will store and distribute fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG), fresh foods and raw materials to local people and producers in industrial zones in Hưng Yên and neighbouring provinces.
The centre will develop logistics services based on modern, efficient supply chains to meet northern businesses’ domestic distribution requirements.
The centre is conveniently located to transport goods to Hưng Yên and neighbouring provinces such as Nam Định, Thái Bình and Ninh Bình. It is next to Thăng Long 2 Industrial Park and National Highway 5A. It is 25 km from the centre of Hà Nội and connects the key economic triangle of Hà Nội, Hải Phòng and Bắc Ninh to Hải Phòng Port. – VNS