MEGA GLOBAL TRANSPORT CO.,LTD

MEGA GLOBAL TRANSPORT CO.,LTD

MEGA GLOBAL TRANSPORT CO.,LTD

MEGA GLOBAL TRANSPORT CO.,LTD

MEGA GLOBAL TRANSPORT CO.,LTD
MEGA GLOBAL TRANSPORT CO.,LTD
About us
Our vision: To establish MGT group as a pioneer of International trading, logistics & transportation provider. Our mission: High performance from Vietnam to world-wide on trading, logistics and shipping aspects, be a good listener, on time delivery, mutual benefit and fast connection. Business cores:  By spreading from Vietnam to our international market, we commit our fast delivery, on-time delivery by connecting our continents. Together we are building up our world become closer. All the principals including most of our team of young and enthusiastic personnel have been well- trained on logistics fields and key knowledge of operation.  Our team of professional and well-trained staffs are dedicated and committed to satisfy your level and expectation.

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our services

Our transportation company has been offering a vast set of reliable solutions for businesses and individuals all over the world since our establishment

Freight Forwarding (Sea & Air)

Freight Forwarding (Sea & Air)

Ocean shipment with dry, refrigeration, flat-rack, open top & heavy containers, have package contract with different carriers, such as Maersk Lines, MSC, CMA-CGM, Cosco, YangMing, Wan Hai, K’Line, NYK. MOL, APL, Hapag-Lloyd, Evergreen, PIL, Emirates, Ocean Network Express, Samudera, SITC, Namsung, Hyundai Merchant Marine, etc Air shipment have quick action in Vietnam and overseas Airports, be sure to sending/picking up the cargo without delay. Provide pre-customs clearance we can pick up the cargoes quickly once it arrives in Vietnam. With personalized services, we can handle your nomination or free hands shipment with regardless of size, type and weight, point to point or through comprehensive logistics division. Areas we can covers: -       South East Asia and Intra Asia -       Europe & CIS -       Australia, New Zealand & Oceania -       USA, North / South America -       Central America & Caribbean -       Africa countries

Domestic & Inland Transportation

Domestic & Inland Transportation

Inland transportation by chassis / trailers or by Barges, we coordinated and partnership and expertise to handle inland transportation by containers & fleets of trucks. We can also providing for leasing empty equipments. We also can provide barges for domestic transportation, for bulk cargoes and for transport the containers to Cambodia, Laos via seaports surrounding and the terminal connections.

Storage & Distribution Center

Storage & Distribution Center

We are proud to offer you the best service of storage for your goods (including personal warehouses, warehouses at ports, and outbound warehouses) until they are securely delivered to our partners at competitive price with absolutely safety. Goods protection is another high priority issue for us when providing our services. With our long-term experience, we always take the highest caution in storage of customers’ goods. In terms of securing quantities and assuring your goods, packages and containers stay intact during storage time at our warehouses. We can fully provided storage warehouse and bonded warehouse facilities which good condition for the storage of the goods: corn seeds, steel coils, steel frames, others. The warehousing and distribution professionals of Cold Storage treat you and your products to a world of cost effective, customized, door-to-door refrigerated services. Our distribution capabilities enable us to protect your products from the time it reaches our refrigerated loading docks until we deliver it to your customer. In between, we offer a comprehensive array of services tailored to your specific needs. We provide myriad of services for the clients, with a well-organized and managed distribution center will provide such services as: Transportation, cross-docking, order-fulfillment, labeling and packaging along with whatever services are necessary to complete the order cycle, including order processing, order preparation, shipping, receiving, transportation, returned goods processing and performance measurement. Served cargoes: - Frozen seafood, Fresh food, Dry food - Leathers & Shoes accessories - Fresh fruit or vegetables - Furniture, Ceramics, Handicraft - Agriculture seeds and Fertilizer - Heavy lift cargoes - DG Goods – Linear Alkyl Benzene Liquid - Non-hazardous cargo - Steel coils, steel billets, steel frames, Copper tubes, etc 

Ship Agency / Project handling

Ship Agency / Project handling

For over the years, we deployed highly qualified personnel to various shipping lines and become a premier partner of choice by our prestige. By means of professional attitude and thorough knowledge of our side range of products, customer oriented and market values, we shall assist our esteemed customer's needs. We offered liner agency, shipping agency, project handling, Air & Sea freight forwarding operation. No matters of containerized, over-weight or sized, from conventional vessels to break-bulk, MGT provide its customer with most comprehensive assembling services by utilizing our new technology combined with modern, cutting-edge equipment and features that enhance safety and improve the efficiency of operations. Products ranging from Coal, petro-chemical products, and grain constitute most of the commodities moved on the inland waterway system.

Packing, Picking & Labeling

Packing, Picking & Labeling

We provided variety of services included Pallets crate, Picking, Packing &Labeling. Packaging is the science, art and technology of enclosing or protecting products for distribution, storage, sale, and use. Packaging also refers to the process of designing, evaluating, and producing packages. Packaging can be described as a coordinated system of preparing goods for transport, warehousing, logistics, sale, and end use. Packaging contains, protects, preserves, transports, informs, and sells. In many countries it is fully integrated into government, business, institutional, industrial, and personal use.

Customs brokerage / GST consultant

Customs brokerage / GST consultant

Declare for customs at 24/7. GST Declaration for Authorised Signatory is a document signed by the promoters of a business, authorising and nominating one person from the business as an Authorised Signatory to apply for GST registration and complete all related formalities. This format of declaration must be used by all types of applicants like Proprietorship, Partnership, Company, Trust, Society, etc., Through this document, businesses containing multiple Managing Directors or Partners or Officers, declare one person as an authorised signatory and agree that all actions of the authorised signatory would be binding on the business. In case of proprietorship firms or small businesses, the Proprietor or Sole Promoter can nominate him/herself as authorised signatory as well. In case of company, partnership, private company or personal, etc., a promoter of the business or officer or any other person in the business can be nominated as an authorised signatory.

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Vietnam Sea Ports: Competitive Advantages to Become A Sea-Based Economy Country Vietnam Sea Ports: Competitive Advantages to Become A Sea-Based Economy Country

Vietnam, a country on the West coast of the East Sea with the coast of 3,444km in length and the territorial water of 1,278,000 km2, are now having 160 ports and 305 berths in operation with the total length of 36,164 km. Besides, Vietnam’s sea is located right on air and sea arterial routes connecting Pacific to Indian Ocean, and connecting Europe, and the Middle East to North East Asian countries. This busiest business area of Far East is on the way of 5 of 10 major global sea routes which annually transport 70% the amount of oil imported from Middle East and the South East Asia, and it is also on the way that 45% of imported/exported goods of Japan’s, and 60% of those of China’s are being transported through. DEVELOPMENT PROGRESS OF VIETNAM SEAPORT SYSTEM Vietnam sea ports started their development after 1975, and was growing rapidly in the period of innovation (in the late 1990s of the last century) based on the master plan of the Vietnam seaport system implemented by the Department of Maritime, belonging to the Ministry of Transport, with the consultancy from local and foreign experts and in accordance to proposals and requirements from different relevant sectors and local areas. The development can be divided into two periods: The 1st period (2000-2010) with some major issues 1. There were inadequate construction and planning managements that led to the constructions of many small ports with low loading/unloading capacity (only ½ of capacity on average compared to those of regional ports), the lack of connection to the national transport network, and the lack of using multi modal transport. Consequently, the ports did not efficiently operate: they were always short of goods. Ports being constructed were surplus to regional areas’ requirements, leading to scattered investment and making a waste of national resources, and thus disabling the Government’s plan. 2. The lack of deep water ports, container terminals and international transshipment ports which enable to receive large vessels, mother vessels (with tonnage of 120,000 TEU and Panamax, Post Panamax vessels of 6,000-9,000TEU) 3. The forecast for cargo growth for Vietnam sea port system gave out inaccurate outcomes, which lead to inappropriate management and investment planning on sea port infrastructure. According to the forecast for planning till 2010, with orientation to 2020, in 2010 the throughput capacity of the nation’s sea port system could be around 100,000 million tons/year. But in fact, in 2006, the throughput had reached 154,5 million tons and in 2008, 210 million tons with the container tonnage of 5 million TEU. Therefore, the average growth in 10 years (2000-2010) was 10-12%/year. This means that the capacity of Vietnam sea port system should be 4 times greater and there should be an investment of 4 billion dollars for more ports to meet growing needs till 2020. The second period (2010-2020 with vision till 2030) we have basically solved issues from the first period. Deep water ports, in joint-venture with foreign partners, will be built at relatively reasonable locations along the North-South coast; big cities as Ha Long, Hai Phong, Da Nang, Vung Tau and HCMC will be chosen to be regional centers to develop sea-based economy related businesses, connecting closely to the process of industrialization and modernization of the country. However, the sea-based economy model of Vietnam is relatively small in comparison with neighbor countries, only equal 24% of China, 14% of Korea, and 1% of Japan. There should be breakthroughs in coming decade to catch up with other regional countries. There have been 5 deep water ports in operation on the rivers of Thi Vai and Saigon: Tan Cang-Cai Mep, SP-PSA, CMIT, CSG-SSA and SPCT in joint-venture or in coalition with foreign partners, forming the first Vietnam deep water sea port system which enable to receive large vessels and mother vessels going straight from Vietnam to Europe or North America, without transshipment at intermediate ports in Asia (Hong Kong, Kaohsiung, and Singapore), and shorten the transport time to 7-10days. This is an important event to the Vietnam maritime. LESSONS FROM SEA PORT DEVELOPMENTS A sea port system is an important infrastructure of a sea-based economy. Its huge asset can be utilized through many generations and can create prosperity for the country. Concerned people should draw out these following lessons: 1. Planning and management of planning implementation All sectors need planning to develop. Planning is a macro strategy, a right orientation built on the basis of science and synchronization for sectors and regions, which count on business factors, regional conditions, and weather changes in a particular period. A wrong calculation in sea port planning will resulted in failure and waste, and the lack of synchronization will resulted in inefficient outcomes. From scientific angle, the planning should be counted on these factors: Supplies to calculate the port throughput – Ports can be built on the principle of supplies available, not on “workable ideas” Geographical condition: Ports should be near to seas and navigation ways should be deep enough for vessels The stable rear: Behind ports should be material-supplier areas or industrial parks that ensure stable supplies for ports to operate. At the same time, ports should be connecting with the traffic network to create a chain of transport. Sadly enough, in the first planning (1999-2010), the matter was not properly considered, causing issues and wastes for the country. Another matter to be concerned is the planning implementation management, a weak part in the Government’s process. In many sectors, planners give out directions, but do not mention about the time of implementation or those who will implement the plan, which already resulted in “impossible missions”, for instance, Hai Ha port in Quang Ninh –once to be considered as the country’s largest port in scale; or some projects which has been suspended as Van Phong international transshipment port, Quan Chanh Bo navigation way to Cai Cui port, Hau Giang; and other planning projects which has been suspended due to the lack of investment capital or waiting for land hand-over. Recently, there is the gloomy situation of newly-built ports in HCMC, Ba Ria-Vung Tau an Dong Nai:” In the second quarter 2012, container capacity through these ports reached only 1.76 million TEU, which is equal to 25% of that in 2011…”, which differs from the previous forecast of increasing 40%. Is it a warning signal of the same mistakes that we had made in the first planning of the Vietnam sea port system? 2. Training human resources in order to operate the sea port system effectively According to the statistics, there are 53 million people in working age (63% of the population), but only 27% of them receive national standard training, 73% of them receive no or inappropriate training, especially in the field of sea-based economy, agriculture, and forestry. Vietnam’s labor efficiency is ranked 77/125 globally. Resolution no.4, the 10th National Congress of the Communist Party of Vietnam stated clearly: “Sea-based and coast-based economy will contribute 53-55% the country’s GDP and 55-60% exports of the foreign trade”. To implement it, Vietnam should have a work force that is equipped with knowledge and working skills of global standards or, at least, of regional standards, especially that in sea ports areas. Therefore, Vietnam should have appropriate steps for human resources training especially in the fields of logistics, IT, electronics, and automation… and then we can have enough abilities to make good use of ocean engineering, coastal engineering, offshore engineering and sea environment engineering-the businesses that are popular and closely related to a sea port system. 3. Research and Development (R&B) to increase competitive abilities R&D is an index not only to measure science-technology strength of a country but also to show the competitive advantages of the country’s economy or of a business in a market. Vietnam’s economy has integrated to the global economy, but it is considered having weak competitiveness, especially the state-owned sectors and businesses. Investing in R&D is an important part in national branding strategy, and a driving force for business organizations to develop. In 2006, 1,000 billion dollars was spent on R&D globally; among which the U.S accounted for 1/3 of the total amount (Ford Motor Co., the U.S, ranked first with 8.6 billion dollars, Microsoft with 7.08 billion dollars ranked 5th and Samsung Electric Co., Korea ranked 9th with 5.85 billion dollars among 10 global big businesses) (From AP. European Commission). While doing research on related matters of sea port developing, we found no business in Vietnam sea port system mentioned about R&D investment. And few Vietnamese businesses have considered this matter in the current situation of recession. But we do expect “after the storm comes the calm sea” and our sea-based economy and our sea port system will go far to a new stature in not-too distant future.

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What supply chain efficiency will mean in 2020 What supply chain efficiency will mean in 2020

According to Supply Chain Digital, product lifecycles are estimated to have halved over the last 10 years and will likely shrink by another 50% by 2020. Less lifecycle means replacing products/service more regularly, which forces companies to analyze their supply chain processes to streamline reverse logistics, track inventory and shipments with a TMS, and monitor KPIs. Globalization The business landscape is global; customers, suppliers and competitors span across the world. By 2020, 60% of companies expect to be sourcing from more countries than they do today and about 80% of manufacturers expect to have multi-country operations. This will be possible with modern transportation management, logistics capabilities and savvy IT systems. Millennial Expectations Service chains will be as important, if not more important, than the product chain. With demanding, astute consumers, collaborating pre- and post-sales will trump product-centric competition. 86 million millennials will be in the workplace by 2020 - these millennials grew up in the digital experience, and will expect companies to know their individual needs and personalize all experiences. 1. Seek opportunities to optimize. Optimization can provide reliable decision support for supply chain challenges such as network design, route mapping, and load building. 2. When in doubt, simulate. Although the time and expense required to run simulations make them impractical for some supply chain functions, they provide value by showing how solutions will play out in the real world. Don’t waste a single dollar or minute on a solution that works in theory, but not in reality. 3. Pay for carrier quality. Using the cheapest carrier can backfire if it results in significantly increased damages or delivery delays. Some carriers’ performance records justify the slightly higher rates they command. 4. Invest in 20/20 visibility. The earlier and more frequently you begin using visibility systems – preferably at the order management level – the better you’ll be able to avert supply chain disruptions, reduce the need for excess inventory, and limit substandard supply chain performance. 5. Inspect and protect. Hire a logistics representative to inspect products for exceptions before they’re transferred from the production to the logistics phase. Charge professionals with preventing damage and removing compromised shipments at key handoff points, such as during loading and tie-down, and at the end of a transit. 6. Make your claims pay their way. Damage claims are a valuable source of insight that can lead to better performance. Invest in systems that help your company collect and analyze claims data – including mode, carrier, and location – so you can identify damage trends, determine root causes, and pinpoint responsibility. Use what you’ve learned to perfect your operations.

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