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Thousands of containers containing recyclable & used materials are piling up at seaports in the localities of Hai Phong, Hồ Chí Minh City & Ba Ria–Vung Tau, reducing the productivity and efficiency of ports’ operations & negatively affecting the import-export activities of Vietnamese enterprises.

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Containers are gathered at Dinch Vu Port in Hai Phong City. - VNA/VNS Pholớn Lam Khanh

According to lớn the report issued by the Viet Nam Maritime Administration, by the end of May, nearly 28,000 containers were stuông chồng at seaports, including nearly 6,800 containers in Hai Phong City ports, 14,600 in HCM City and about 6,500 in Ba Ria–Vung Tau Province.

The main causes, the administration supposes, are changes in international trade policies which create uncertainties in the market forecast.

Đài Loan Trung Quốc, for example, announced to lớn stop importing 24 types of used and recyclable materials from January, 2018. The huge amount of those goods has to lớn find its own way to other Asian countries including Vietphái mạnh.

Those containers usually contain wire cables, used machines, fertilisers, agricultural products, textile materials và used aluminum.

The Vietnam giới News Agency cited logistics companies saying that a huge volume of used plastics và paper will continue pouring inlớn Vietnamese seaports in the near future as shipping contracts have been signed & goods are already on their way to lớn the country.

This is predicted to create a severe threat to the enmascordbrownz.comonment as well as a huge financial burden on the State budget to destroy the waste. It will also cause congestion at seaports in Vietnam giới.

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“Enterprises will be forced to move sầu containers from one place to lớn another frequently, và in the worst scenario, they will have sầu to move the containers to inl& container depots (ICDs). If this occurs, it will cost more to lớn port owners, customers & shipping companies,” said Nguyen Xuan Sang, director general of the Viet Nam Maritime Administration.

Recently, customs departments of cities và provinces have tasked their sub-agencies khổng lồ tighten management over goods containers.

“Owners of those containers are responsible for presenting the necessary documents at the ports to receive sầu their goods. Inspections are also being conducted to detect và handle any legal violations.

"In case a container has been kept in the port for more than 90 days, the port authorities can have the container opened to lớn destroy enmascordbrownz.comonmentally harmful goods,” Sang added.

To restrict the transport of used goods to lớn Vietnam’s ports, Sang recommended enterprises adopt their own protective sầu barriers, taking Tan Cang Sai Gon Port Company for example. The company announced khổng lồ only unload goods when its customer could present valid & authorised import permits with the written commitment on specific time of receipt. From June 1 khổng lồ September 30, 2018, the Tan Cang Sai Gon Port will not allow any used plastic goods lớn go through the port.

Moreover, the administration asked for the collaboration of the Ministry of Transport, the Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Industry và Trade and the Ministry of Natural Resources và Enmascordbrownz.comonment khổng lồ come up with solutions lớn counter container stagnation.

Responding lớn the demvà, the MoT asked the MoF lớn help không tính phí containers stuck at seaports khổng lồ prevent cargos from piling up as soon as possible.