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The Permit No. 127/GP-BVHTT
Vung Ang receives foreign heavy-tonnage cargo ship
Vung Ang Port in the central coastal province of Ha Tinh received its largest-ever visitor on February 12, the Panamanian-registered 45,762dwt cargo ship Kure.
The Kure was coming to receive a load of 40,000 tonnes of wood chips from the Vietnam-Japan Paper Joint Venture Company to transport to Japan. The Kure left Vung Ang Port on February 15.

Besides such specialized ships as the Kure, Vung Ang Port is able to accommodate cargo ships of other types and sizes, such as bulk-cargo and dry-goods ships of up to 30,000dwt. officials said the Kure's visit marked a step forward in the development of the poor province's maritime economy.

Vietnam Investment Review no. 646/March 1 - 7, 2004

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