Long An International Port is a project invested in by Dong Tam Group and operated by two units: Long An Port Joint Stock Company and Long An International Port Operation & Management Joint Stock Company.
The Mekong Delta provinces and Ho Chi Minh City are connected via the Long An International Port. It is built in Tan Tap Commune, Can Giuoc District, Long An Province. The port has a total area of 147 hectares and is located in the seaport service cluster, which is synchronously invested in the overall project spanning 1,935 hectares.
The tallest steel pipe flagpole in Indochina
Construction of the flagpole at the port began on June 30, 2020, with a height of 63 meters from base to top, representing 63 Vietnamese provinces and cities. The 54-square meters Vietnamese flag, which is a red flag with a yellow star, represents 54 ethnic groups in Vietnam. The foundation is designed to help the flagpole withstand a level 12 storm (equivalent to wind speeds of 118 to 133km/h).
The 63-meter flagpole project at Long An International Port is the gratitude of Dong Tam Group officers and employees to the generations of soldiers who sacrificed their lives to preserve Vietnam’s land and have remained here.
Long An International Port received the Indochinese Record
Under the authority of the Indochina Book of Records (IndochinaKings), the representative of the Vietnam Records Organization (Vietkings) has completed the check and collated the information, officially awarding the Indochina Record certificate to Long An Port Joint Stock Company as the company owns “The tallest steel pipe flagpole in Indochina”.
Other photos at the event:
The Berth Connection Ceremony – Long An International Port
The Container Handling Service Launch – Long An International Port
The Flag Raising Ceremony at Long An International Port