Vietnam port fees to surge in 2024

December 28, 2023

Under Circular 39, container unloading fees will rise by 10% in certain areas, particularly affecting deep-water ports such as Lach Huyen and Cai Mep-Thi Vai. For domestic containers, unloading fees for a 20-foot container will range from VND260,000 to VND427,000, while a 40-foot container will incur charges between VND439,000 and VND627,000. In Zone I, fees for unloading a 20-foot container will range from US$$36 to US$$53, and a 40-foot container will incur fees between US$$55 and US$$81. Similar adjustments will apply to Zone III and Port Group 5, with fees of US$45-53 per 20-foot container and US$68-81 per 40-foot container in Zone III, and US$23-27 per 20-foot container and US$34-41 per 40-foot container in Port Group 5. For containers in transit or transshipment, unloading fees will range from US$34 to US$40 for 20-foot containers and US$51 to US$58 for 40-foot containers.

The source of this news is from The Saigon Times