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TCIT EXTENDS ITS BERTH LENGTH TO 1,500M WITH A BACKUP BERTH FROM TCTT (04/07/2016)

In 2015, TCIT has an agreement with TCTT Terminal- a member company of SNP to use TCTT’s berth of 600M for vessels transferred from TCIT when TCIT’s berth is busy. This is to continuously improve service quality for meeting our customers’ demand of berth with the purpose of cutting fuel cost and saving berthing time.

In 2015, TCIT has an agreement with TCTT Terminal- a member company of SNP to use TCTT’s berth of 600M for vessels transferred from TCIT when TCIT’s berth is busy. This is to continuously improve service quality for meeting our customers’ demand of berth with the purpose of cutting fuel cost and saving berthing time.

The backup berth helps TCIT get more advantage of providing good service for customers. The terminal can serve more vessels at the same time as well as the operation time can be reduced dramatically.

Since 1st April 2014, Tan Cang–Cai Mep International Terminal (TCIT) has officially extended the berth length to 890 M. The new berth has 300 M in length and is equipped more 03 STS cranes and 01 RMG (Rail – Mounted Gantry Crane) which specializes in dispatching the barge operation.

Beside the current berth of 890 M, TCIT will possess a berth length of 1,500 M by adding this backup, with total 13 STS cranes, 35 RTG, able to serve five big vessels at the same time. Currently, TCIT has served 09 weekly services and hope to serve more  service lanes in the near future.

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