HCMC – Danang plans to start work on the first infrastructure component of the Lien Chieu Port project on December 14 this year.
On November 27, the Management Board of Priority Infrastructure Investment Projects in Danang announced the plan to start developing infrastructure for the Lien Chieu Port on December 14.
This is one of the two components of the Lien Chieu Port Project, with a total investment of over VND3,400 billion contributed by Danang and the central budget.
The project will build embankments, wharves, navigational channel, ship turning basin, signaling systems for vessels of up to 6,000-8,000 TEUs, traffic roads to the port, water and power supply infrastructure, synchronous auxiliary works to the port gates.
The road to the port will have six lanes. According to the zone planning, the road will become a one-way route to ensure an unhindered circulation of goods.
Danang’s management board of priority infrastructure projects is also planning to connect the streets of Ta Quang Buu and Nguyen Phuoc Chu to the Lien Chieu Port.
Lien Chieu Port is one of the three deepwater ports in Vietnam, which is planned to be a port accommodating combined ships, bulk cargo ships carrying up to 100,000 tons, and container ships capable of transporting up to 8,000 TEUs.
The second component will cover 44 hectares with two wharves having a total length of 750 meters, and the private sector will be invited to join this component.