50 international container ships to dock at Yangon port in October

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Loading process of container is being seen at container ship at port of Yangon. Photo : Kanu

Under the supervision and management support of the Myanma Port Authority in order to increase exports and import volume according to domestic demands, officials are speeding up the smooth flow of trade and goods.
In cooperation with shipping lines and import and export operators, 50 international container ships from 13 shipping lines plan to dock at Yangon’s five international ports and Thilawa’s two ports in October, according to the Myanma Port Authority.
At the Yangon ports, there are two sections carried out by Export Cargo and Import Cargo. In the Export Cargo section, the Myanma Port Authority allows entry with the necessary documents, and after inspection by the Customs Department, the export of goods is processed.
In the Import Cargo section, the cargo containers unloaded from the cargo ship are temporarily piled up, and the customers can pay the tax fee with the documents themselves and promptly take out the cargo containers.
Agricultural and livestock products, finished garments, finished industrial products and other products were transported by sea in order to contribute to the economic machinery of the State through entry and exit and smooth export and import processes from the ports.
Entry and exit of ocean liners, on the other hand, helps reduce costs for export products.
To facilitate the international maritime freight sector, the government takes measures on export of marine products, finished textile and agricultural produce by sea in the early 2022.
In October, 50 container ships are scheduled to dock at Yangon’s international ports in order to facilitate the export and import smooth process of agriculture and industrial operators.—Nyein Thu (MNA)/GNLM

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