Welcome the maiden call of wind power turbine blades’ vessel to Cam Ranh International Port
On March 17th, 2021, Cam Ranh International Port (TCPC) welcomed the ANGUS Vessel carrying 21 wind power turbine blades - connecting a full-service chain of wind power projects and OOG cargos of Saigon Newport Corporation (SNP) in Central Vietnam and Central Highlands. This event strongly marks the beginning of promoting Saigon Newport Logistics Center’s (SNPL) core services connectivity in Central Vietnam and developing services between TCPC and SNPL..
Following SNP's business orientation under the motto: "Expanding cooperation, speeding up investment, enhancing competitiveness, effective business execution" and process implemented from Captain Phung Ngoc Minh – Vice Executive President's Conclusion No. 430/TB - TCg at the Logistics Business Conference on February 8th, 2021, since the first days of 2021, SNP's departments and subsidiaries have drastically focused on action programs and specific plans. After utilizing SNP's total resources to participate in bidding projects, SNP and is subsidiaries have achieved many positive results. In particular, Tan Cang - Petro Cam Ranh (TCPC) has become one of the vital facility contracted and worked as the vendor through the service provision contract with SNPL.
On March 17th, 2021, the ANGUS vessel with 148m in length, 23m in width, and a gross tonnage of 19,639DWT called at Tan Cang - Petro Cam Ranh (TCPC). The vessel carried more than 15,800 tons of cargo, including 21 propellers for wind power turbines with a total weight of 483 tons; each propeller is 68m long and weighs 23 tons. The coincidence is on March 17, 5 years ago, TCPC welcomed the first vessel's maiden call.
After being discharged from the ship, the wind turbines will be transported by specialized vehicles and stored at Cam Ranh International Port before being transported to the works of Central Vietnam and Central Highlands wind power projects. After two days of smooth service execution, the Angus safely departed from the Port. The partner highly appreciated the discipline, professionalism, and guaranteed SNP’s conditions. Tan Cang - Petro Cam Ranh (TCPC) ensure the unloading and lifting time for one wind turbine in one hour – the fast and ideal handling time for this particular item.
According to Saigon Newport Logistics Center’s (SNPL) bidding documents with partners, TCPC’s continue to cooperate in implementing the following three projects (over 100 pillars) at the port from April 2021. Accordingly, TCPC has prepared to ensure the best service for projects on the following criteria: Raising the brand of SNP/SNPL, creating a differentiated service quality – gaining customers’ trust and creating value and effectiveness for the whole system.Pictures at the event: