Vietnam

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Nil
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Nil
Total Project Value(USD)
Nil
Capital Required(USD)
4,800,000,000
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Overview

Vietnam's shift from a centrally planned economy to a market economy has transformed it into a lower-middle-income country. Vietnam’s economy continues to show fundamental strength, supported by robust domestic demand and export-oriented manufacturing. Vietnam is now one of the most dynamic and fastest-growing emerging markets globally. In 2018, a continued stellar expansion in manufacturing output, propelled by buoyant export demand for electronics and supported by robust FDI inflows, primarily fuelled solid growth. 2018's robust growth is expected to spill over into 2019 and 2020, thanks to healthy private consumption supported by strong private credit growth and rising incomes. The industrial sector also continues to expand at a stellar pace, supported by strong FDI inflows. Vietnam's 2011-2020 Socio-Economic Development Strategy – a 10-year strategy – highlights the need for structural reforms, environmental sustainability, social equity and macroeconomic stability. The Socio-Economic Development Plan for 2016-2020, approved in April 2016, looks to accelerate reforms.

Sources: World Bank, Fitch Solutions

 

Major Economic/Political Events and Upcoming Elections

September 2016
India announced half a billion dollars' worth of credit for Vietnam towards defence spending.

 

July 2018
Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction started the construction of a 1.33GW thermal power project in Vietnam. The project, known as Nghi Son 2, involves construction of two 665MW thermal power generation plants in Thanh Hóa. Construction is scheduled to be completed by July 2022.

 

August 2018
Thai firm Siam Cement Group Public Company Limited had signed loan agreements worth more than USD3.2 billion with six financial institutions for the Long Son Petrochemicals' complex in Vietnam. The project, which would require an investment of around USD5.4 billion, would be located in Bà Ria-Vung Tàu Province. Commercial operations are expected to begin in 2023.

 

October 2018
The Communist Party of Vietnam, Vietnam's ruling Communist Party, agreed to nominate General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong as president. This took place almost two weeks after the death of former-president Tran Dai Quang on September 21, 2018.

 

December 2018
Construction was scheduled to start on Hà Noi's mega smart city in Vietnam in December, subject to timely approvals and land availability. The 2.72sq km Nhat Tân-Noi Bài project is estimated to cost USD4.2 billion and works are scheduled to be completed in 2030.

 

January 2019
In 2018, the Vietnamese government passed several new and amended laws which come into effect in 2019. The laws primarily focus on wages, environmental projects, the food industry, rural development, cybersecurity and administrative procedures.

 

October 2019
Sumitomo Corporation and BRG Group formed a 50-50 joint venture to build a USD4.2 billion smart city in Hanoi. The five-phase project would come up on a 2.72sq km area in the northern district of Dong Anh. Overall, the project will have 7,000 residential units, hospitals, schools, disaster prevention facilities, security systems and commercial facilities. Construction will start in 2020 with the project due for completion in 2028.

 

November 2019
The government of Vietnam sanctioned Dung Quat 1 and 3 combined cycle gas turbine plants in Quang Ngai province. The power facilities would have a capacity of 750MW each. The Dung Quat 1 plant is planned to begin construction in January 2021 and first light to be produced in December 2023. Construction of the Dung Quat 3 is due to start in January 2022 with operations slated to commence in December 2024. The two facilities will use gas from Blue Whale gas field in South China Sea.

Sources: BBC Country Profile – Timeline, Fitch Solutions, VN Express

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527,100,000
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Overview

Vietnam's shift from a centrally planned economy to a market economy has transformed it into a lower-middle-income country. Vietnam’s economy continues to show fundamental strength, supported by robust domestic demand and export-oriented manufacturing. Vietnam is now one of the most dynamic and fastest-growing emerging markets globally. In 2018, a continued stellar expansion in manufacturing output, propelled by buoyant export demand for electronics and supported by robust FDI inflows, primarily fuelled solid growth. 2018's robust growth is expected to spill over into 2019 and 2020, thanks to healthy private consumption supported by strong private credit growth and rising incomes. The industrial sector also continues to expand at a stellar pace, supported by strong FDI inflows. Vietnam's 2011-2020 Socio-Economic Development Strategy – a 10-year strategy – highlights the need for structural reforms, environmental sustainability, social equity and macroeconomic stability. The Socio-Economic Development Plan for 2016-2020, approved in April 2016, looks to accelerate reforms.

Sources: World Bank, Fitch Solutions

 

Major Economic/Political Events and Upcoming Elections

September 2016
India announced half a billion dollars' worth of credit for Vietnam towards defence spending.

 

July 2018
Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction started the construction of a 1.33GW thermal power project in Vietnam. The project, known as Nghi Son 2, involves construction of two 665MW thermal power generation plants in Thanh Hóa. Construction is scheduled to be completed by July 2022.

 

August 2018
Thai firm Siam Cement Group Public Company Limited had signed loan agreements worth more than USD3.2 billion with six financial institutions for the Long Son Petrochemicals' complex in Vietnam. The project, which would require an investment of around USD5.4 billion, would be located in Bà Ria-Vung Tàu Province. Commercial operations are expected to begin in 2023.

 

October 2018
The Communist Party of Vietnam, Vietnam's ruling Communist Party, agreed to nominate General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong as president. This took place almost two weeks after the death of former-president Tran Dai Quang on September 21, 2018.

 

December 2018
Construction was scheduled to start on Hà Noi's mega smart city in Vietnam in December, subject to timely approvals and land availability. The 2.72sq km Nhat Tân-Noi Bài project is estimated to cost USD4.2 billion and works are scheduled to be completed in 2030.

 

January 2019
In 2018, the Vietnamese government passed several new and amended laws which come into effect in 2019. The laws primarily focus on wages, environmental projects, the food industry, rural development, cybersecurity and administrative procedures.

 

October 2019
Sumitomo Corporation and BRG Group formed a 50-50 joint venture to build a USD4.2 billion smart city in Hanoi. The five-phase project would come up on a 2.72sq km area in the northern district of Dong Anh. Overall, the project will have 7,000 residential units, hospitals, schools, disaster prevention facilities, security systems and commercial facilities. Construction will start in 2020 with the project due for completion in 2028.

 

November 2019
The government of Vietnam sanctioned Dung Quat 1 and 3 combined cycle gas turbine plants in Quang Ngai province. The power facilities would have a capacity of 750MW each. The Dung Quat 1 plant is planned to begin construction in January 2021 and first light to be produced in December 2023. Construction of the Dung Quat 3 is due to start in January 2022 with operations slated to commence in December 2024. The two facilities will use gas from Blue Whale gas field in South China Sea.

Sources: BBC Country Profile – Timeline, Fitch Solutions, VN Express

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  1. The information submitted will not be independently verified by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC). HKTDC does not take responsibility for such information and endorse the accuracy, adequacy, completeness, timeliness, reasonableness or any other aspects of the information submitted.
  2. To the fullest extent permitted by law, HKTDC shall not be liable for any and all liability arising out of including without limitation any inaccuracies, incompleteness, errors in, or omissions from, the information submitted nor any representations or misrepresentations contained therein. In no event will HKTDC be liable for any claim, or any direct, indirect, special, incidental or consequential damages, losses or expenses asserted by any third party due to or arising from or in connection with any use or reliance of such information on the Belt and Road Portal website even if they are made or should be aware of the same.
  3. HKTDC may, in their sole discretion and at any time, without prior notice to you and without cause, remove, delete, delist, make or adopt any changes, modifications or amendments to, or correct any error or omission to any information contained in and data linked to your profile on the Belt and Road Portal website and Belt and Road Portal-related publications. HKTDC shall not be liable for any loss of data, removal of information, or for any claim, or any direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential damages of any kind (including lost profits) resulting from the removal of your profile or other content of the profile from the Belt and Road Portal website and Belt and Road Portal-related publications.
  4. In the event of any inconsistency between the English and Chinese versions, the English version shall prevail.
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Nil
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Total Project Value(USD)
Nil
Capital Required(USD)
660,200,000
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About this project

Overview

Vietnam's shift from a centrally planned economy to a market economy has transformed it into a lower-middle-income country. Vietnam’s economy continues to show fundamental strength, supported by robust domestic demand and export-oriented manufacturing. Vietnam is now one of the most dynamic and fastest-growing emerging markets globally. In 2018, a continued stellar expansion in manufacturing output, propelled by buoyant export demand for electronics and supported by robust FDI inflows, primarily fuelled solid growth. 2018's robust growth is expected to spill over into 2019 and 2020, thanks to healthy private consumption supported by strong private credit growth and rising incomes. The industrial sector also continues to expand at a stellar pace, supported by strong FDI inflows. Vietnam's 2011-2020 Socio-Economic Development Strategy – a 10-year strategy – highlights the need for structural reforms, environmental sustainability, social equity and macroeconomic stability. The Socio-Economic Development Plan for 2016-2020, approved in April 2016, looks to accelerate reforms.

Sources: World Bank, Fitch Solutions

 

Major Economic/Political Events and Upcoming Elections

September 2016
India announced half a billion dollars' worth of credit for Vietnam towards defence spending.

 

July 2018
Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction started the construction of a 1.33GW thermal power project in Vietnam. The project, known as Nghi Son 2, involves construction of two 665MW thermal power generation plants in Thanh Hóa. Construction is scheduled to be completed by July 2022.

 

August 2018
Thai firm Siam Cement Group Public Company Limited had signed loan agreements worth more than USD3.2 billion with six financial institutions for the Long Son Petrochemicals' complex in Vietnam. The project, which would require an investment of around USD5.4 billion, would be located in Bà Ria-Vung Tàu Province. Commercial operations are expected to begin in 2023.

 

October 2018
The Communist Party of Vietnam, Vietnam's ruling Communist Party, agreed to nominate General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong as president. This took place almost two weeks after the death of former-president Tran Dai Quang on September 21, 2018.

 

December 2018
Construction was scheduled to start on Hà Noi's mega smart city in Vietnam in December, subject to timely approvals and land availability. The 2.72sq km Nhat Tân-Noi Bài project is estimated to cost USD4.2 billion and works are scheduled to be completed in 2030.

 

January 2019
In 2018, the Vietnamese government passed several new and amended laws which come into effect in 2019. The laws primarily focus on wages, environmental projects, the food industry, rural development, cybersecurity and administrative procedures.

 

October 2019
Sumitomo Corporation and BRG Group formed a 50-50 joint venture to build a USD4.2 billion smart city in Hanoi. The five-phase project would come up on a 2.72sq km area in the northern district of Dong Anh. Overall, the project will have 7,000 residential units, hospitals, schools, disaster prevention facilities, security systems and commercial facilities. Construction will start in 2020 with the project due for completion in 2028.

 

November 2019
The government of Vietnam sanctioned Dung Quat 1 and 3 combined cycle gas turbine plants in Quang Ngai province. The power facilities would have a capacity of 750MW each. The Dung Quat 1 plant is planned to begin construction in January 2021 and first light to be produced in December 2023. Construction of the Dung Quat 3 is due to start in January 2022 with operations slated to commence in December 2024. The two facilities will use gas from Blue Whale gas field in South China Sea.

Sources: BBC Country Profile – Timeline, Fitch Solutions, VN Express

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  1. The information submitted will not be independently verified by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC). HKTDC does not take responsibility for such information and endorse the accuracy, adequacy, completeness, timeliness, reasonableness or any other aspects of the information submitted.
  2. To the fullest extent permitted by law, HKTDC shall not be liable for any and all liability arising out of including without limitation any inaccuracies, incompleteness, errors in, or omissions from, the information submitted nor any representations or misrepresentations contained therein. In no event will HKTDC be liable for any claim, or any direct, indirect, special, incidental or consequential damages, losses or expenses asserted by any third party due to or arising from or in connection with any use or reliance of such information on the Belt and Road Portal website even if they are made or should be aware of the same.
  3. HKTDC may, in their sole discretion and at any time, without prior notice to you and without cause, remove, delete, delist, make or adopt any changes, modifications or amendments to, or correct any error or omission to any information contained in and data linked to your profile on the Belt and Road Portal website and Belt and Road Portal-related publications. HKTDC shall not be liable for any loss of data, removal of information, or for any claim, or any direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential damages of any kind (including lost profits) resulting from the removal of your profile or other content of the profile from the Belt and Road Portal website and Belt and Road Portal-related publications.
  4. In the event of any inconsistency between the English and Chinese versions, the English version shall prevail.
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Project Stage
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Nil
Total Project Value(USD)
15,240,000
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Nil
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Overview

Vietnam's shift from a centrally planned economy to a market economy has transformed it into a lower-middle-income country. Vietnam’s economy continues to show fundamental strength, supported by robust domestic demand and export-oriented manufacturing. Vietnam is now one of the most dynamic and fastest-growing emerging markets globally. In 2018, a continued stellar expansion in manufacturing output, propelled by buoyant export demand for electronics and supported by robust FDI inflows, primarily fuelled solid growth. 2018's robust growth is expected to spill over into 2019 and 2020, thanks to healthy private consumption supported by strong private credit growth and rising incomes. The industrial sector also continues to expand at a stellar pace, supported by strong FDI inflows. Vietnam's 2011-2020 Socio-Economic Development Strategy – a 10-year strategy – highlights the need for structural reforms, environmental sustainability, social equity and macroeconomic stability. The Socio-Economic Development Plan for 2016-2020, approved in April 2016, looks to accelerate reforms.

Sources: World Bank, Fitch Solutions

 

Major Economic/Political Events and Upcoming Elections

September 2016
India announced half a billion dollars' worth of credit for Vietnam towards defence spending.

 

July 2018
Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction started the construction of a 1.33GW thermal power project in Vietnam. The project, known as Nghi Son 2, involves construction of two 665MW thermal power generation plants in Thanh Hóa. Construction is scheduled to be completed by July 2022.

 

August 2018
Thai firm Siam Cement Group Public Company Limited had signed loan agreements worth more than USD3.2 billion with six financial institutions for the Long Son Petrochemicals' complex in Vietnam. The project, which would require an investment of around USD5.4 billion, would be located in Bà Ria-Vung Tàu Province. Commercial operations are expected to begin in 2023.

 

October 2018
The Communist Party of Vietnam, Vietnam's ruling Communist Party, agreed to nominate General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong as president. This took place almost two weeks after the death of former-president Tran Dai Quang on September 21, 2018.

 

December 2018
Construction was scheduled to start on Hà Noi's mega smart city in Vietnam in December, subject to timely approvals and land availability. The 2.72sq km Nhat Tân-Noi Bài project is estimated to cost USD4.2 billion and works are scheduled to be completed in 2030.

 

January 2019
In 2018, the Vietnamese government passed several new and amended laws which come into effect in 2019. The laws primarily focus on wages, environmental projects, the food industry, rural development, cybersecurity and administrative procedures.

 

October 2019
Sumitomo Corporation and BRG Group formed a 50-50 joint venture to build a USD4.2 billion smart city in Hanoi. The five-phase project would come up on a 2.72sq km area in the northern district of Dong Anh. Overall, the project will have 7,000 residential units, hospitals, schools, disaster prevention facilities, security systems and commercial facilities. Construction will start in 2020 with the project due for completion in 2028.

 

November 2019
The government of Vietnam sanctioned Dung Quat 1 and 3 combined cycle gas turbine plants in Quang Ngai province. The power facilities would have a capacity of 750MW each. The Dung Quat 1 plant is planned to begin construction in January 2021 and first light to be produced in December 2023. Construction of the Dung Quat 3 is due to start in January 2022 with operations slated to commence in December 2024. The two facilities will use gas from Blue Whale gas field in South China Sea.

Sources: BBC Country Profile – Timeline, Fitch Solutions, VN Express

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  1. The information submitted will not be independently verified by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC). HKTDC does not take responsibility for such information and endorse the accuracy, adequacy, completeness, timeliness, reasonableness or any other aspects of the information submitted.
  2. To the fullest extent permitted by law, HKTDC shall not be liable for any and all liability arising out of including without limitation any inaccuracies, incompleteness, errors in, or omissions from, the information submitted nor any representations or misrepresentations contained therein. In no event will HKTDC be liable for any claim, or any direct, indirect, special, incidental or consequential damages, losses or expenses asserted by any third party due to or arising from or in connection with any use or reliance of such information on the Belt and Road Portal website even if they are made or should be aware of the same.
  3. HKTDC may, in their sole discretion and at any time, without prior notice to you and without cause, remove, delete, delist, make or adopt any changes, modifications or amendments to, or correct any error or omission to any information contained in and data linked to your profile on the Belt and Road Portal website and Belt and Road Portal-related publications. HKTDC shall not be liable for any loss of data, removal of information, or for any claim, or any direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential damages of any kind (including lost profits) resulting from the removal of your profile or other content of the profile from the Belt and Road Portal website and Belt and Road Portal-related publications.
  4. In the event of any inconsistency between the English and Chinese versions, the English version shall prevail.
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Company Profile

Fujitsu is the leading Japanese information and communication technology (ICT) company, offering a full range of technology products, solutions and services. Approximately 140,000 Fujitsu people support customers in more than 100 countries. We use our experience and the power of ICT to shape the future of society with our customers.

Fujitsu Business Technologies Asia Pacific Limited is the Asia Pacific Regional Headquarters for business technologies of Fujitsu Limited, Japan. Its responsibilities include marketing and sales of a wide range of personal computers and business solutions for corporate and end-user markets in the Asia Pacific, offering Smart Workplace solutions to support new working style in smart cities and offices, which is a strategic response to a number of trend s that impacts social economic and technological development that affects the way people live and work.

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42,860,000
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Overview

Vietnam's shift from a centrally planned economy to a market economy has transformed it into a lower-middle-income country. Vietnam’s economy continues to show fundamental strength, supported by robust domestic demand and export-oriented manufacturing. Vietnam is now one of the most dynamic and fastest-growing emerging markets globally. In 2018, a continued stellar expansion in manufacturing output, propelled by buoyant export demand for electronics and supported by robust FDI inflows, primarily fuelled solid growth. 2018's robust growth is expected to spill over into 2019 and 2020, thanks to healthy private consumption supported by strong private credit growth and rising incomes. The industrial sector also continues to expand at a stellar pace, supported by strong FDI inflows. Vietnam's 2011-2020 Socio-Economic Development Strategy – a 10-year strategy – highlights the need for structural reforms, environmental sustainability, social equity and macroeconomic stability. The Socio-Economic Development Plan for 2016-2020, approved in April 2016, looks to accelerate reforms.

Sources: World Bank, Fitch Solutions

 

Major Economic/Political Events and Upcoming Elections

September 2016
India announced half a billion dollars' worth of credit for Vietnam towards defence spending.

 

July 2018
Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction started the construction of a 1.33GW thermal power project in Vietnam. The project, known as Nghi Son 2, involves construction of two 665MW thermal power generation plants in Thanh Hóa. Construction is scheduled to be completed by July 2022.

 

August 2018
Thai firm Siam Cement Group Public Company Limited had signed loan agreements worth more than USD3.2 billion with six financial institutions for the Long Son Petrochemicals' complex in Vietnam. The project, which would require an investment of around USD5.4 billion, would be located in Bà Ria-Vung Tàu Province. Commercial operations are expected to begin in 2023.

 

October 2018
The Communist Party of Vietnam, Vietnam's ruling Communist Party, agreed to nominate General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong as president. This took place almost two weeks after the death of former-president Tran Dai Quang on September 21, 2018.

 

December 2018
Construction was scheduled to start on Hà Noi's mega smart city in Vietnam in December, subject to timely approvals and land availability. The 2.72sq km Nhat Tân-Noi Bài project is estimated to cost USD4.2 billion and works are scheduled to be completed in 2030.

 

January 2019
In 2018, the Vietnamese government passed several new and amended laws which come into effect in 2019. The laws primarily focus on wages, environmental projects, the food industry, rural development, cybersecurity and administrative procedures.

 

October 2019
Sumitomo Corporation and BRG Group formed a 50-50 joint venture to build a USD4.2 billion smart city in Hanoi. The five-phase project would come up on a 2.72sq km area in the northern district of Dong Anh. Overall, the project will have 7,000 residential units, hospitals, schools, disaster prevention facilities, security systems and commercial facilities. Construction will start in 2020 with the project due for completion in 2028.

 

November 2019
The government of Vietnam sanctioned Dung Quat 1 and 3 combined cycle gas turbine plants in Quang Ngai province. The power facilities would have a capacity of 750MW each. The Dung Quat 1 plant is planned to begin construction in January 2021 and first light to be produced in December 2023. Construction of the Dung Quat 3 is due to start in January 2022 with operations slated to commence in December 2024. The two facilities will use gas from Blue Whale gas field in South China Sea.

Sources: BBC Country Profile – Timeline, Fitch Solutions, VN Express

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  1. The information submitted will not be independently verified by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC). HKTDC does not take responsibility for such information and endorse the accuracy, adequacy, completeness, timeliness, reasonableness or any other aspects of the information submitted.
  2. To the fullest extent permitted by law, HKTDC shall not be liable for any and all liability arising out of including without limitation any inaccuracies, incompleteness, errors in, or omissions from, the information submitted nor any representations or misrepresentations contained therein. In no event will HKTDC be liable for any claim, or any direct, indirect, special, incidental or consequential damages, losses or expenses asserted by any third party due to or arising from or in connection with any use or reliance of such information on the Belt and Road Portal website even if they are made or should be aware of the same.
  3. HKTDC may, in their sole discretion and at any time, without prior notice to you and without cause, remove, delete, delist, make or adopt any changes, modifications or amendments to, or correct any error or omission to any information contained in and data linked to your profile on the Belt and Road Portal website and Belt and Road Portal-related publications. HKTDC shall not be liable for any loss of data, removal of information, or for any claim, or any direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential damages of any kind (including lost profits) resulting from the removal of your profile or other content of the profile from the Belt and Road Portal website and Belt and Road Portal-related publications.
  4. In the event of any inconsistency between the English and Chinese versions, the English version shall prevail.
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With its focused services like cold chain logistics for sectors including life sciences and healthcare as well as wine, Hong Kong’s Chevalier AOC Freight Express Holdings aims to differentiate itself on the Belt and Road Initiative. Indeed, the Initiative has “opened the eyes” of the company according to CEO Alex Koo, while he looks forward to the Asian Logistics, Maritime and Aviation Conference 2020 in Hong Kong to showcase the company’s services.


Speakers:
Alex Koo, CEO, Chevalier AOC Freight Express Holdings Limited
Jack Lo, General Manager, Business Development, Chevalier AOC Freight Express Holdings Limited

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Acquaintance Enterprises Limited is a leading logistics and transportation management software and platform service provider in HK, China and ASEAN market. With offices and channel partners over 10 countries and locations, Acquaintance’s flagship product LOGFLOWS serving over 500 different logistics and retails organizations, including express and consolidator who serves the cross border service between China and ASEAN tradelane.

LogFlows’ technology solutions are tailored to the specific challenges of businesses in the transportation and logistics industry. Whether you’re a trucker, retailer, forwarder or a manufacturer - with LogFlows you can easily and quickly digitise your processes, implement new technologies and optimise your business to improve profitability.

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