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Introduction Vosco

Vietnam Ocean Shipping Joint Stock Company (VOSCO) commenced operations on 1st January 2008, based on the foundations laid by Vietnam Ocean Shipping Company, which itself was established on 1st July 1970.Detail

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Note of Understanding adopted at 26th Interim meeting of the SERC- ASF Note of Understanding adopted at 26th Interim meeting of the SERC- ASF

Legal issues when using security team on board. Legal issues when using security team on board.
There has been a rapid and significant increase in the level of pirate activity in the last few years...

Effective legal contract perspective Effective legal contract perspective
Effective legal contract perspective

Judgement of the meaning of the word 'approval'' Judgement of the meaning of the word 'approval''

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Dry cargo vessels

Dry cargo vessels

         VOSCO are operating a fleet of 19 bulk carriers and dry cargo vessels which is ranged from 6,500 DWT vessels upto 56.472  DWT (Supramax). This is VOSCO’s core fleet which consist of 4 supramaxes, 7 handysizes... primarily built at Japanese shipyards which are serving world-wide. The strategy of upgrading, synchronizing and modernizing bulker fleet always is our top priority. To go abreast with vessel developing strategic, old and unsuitable ones are considered to be sold, leading to the sharp increase of fleet’s capacity and competitiveness.           We focus on reliability, flexibility and long term relationships. We carry most bulk commodities including sugar, wheat, cement products, clinker, grain, sulphur etc, as well as cargo in bag but with the expanding energy and steel markets a large part of the fleet has been engaged in carrying coal and iron ore.

Product tankers

Product tankers

          Transportation of liquid oil products, with a fleet of 2 modern, high-tech and double-hulled tankers of 47,000 dwt which is now in a stage of further expansion. Our tankers are sister ships hence can be optimised with pooling of spare parts and vessel substitutions. They are manned by well-trained, experienced and internationally certifiedcrew members  plus excellent performance which meet the demands of all Oil-majors and Oil-traders.

Container vessels

Container vessels

           Scheduled service that twice a week connects the Haiphongand Hochiminh.This service is operated by two modern ships with a capacity of 560 teus with added value services ranges from the complete assistance in terms of “door to door” transportation to the implementation of all the customs fulfilmentsfor transit cargo.           In a global shipping environment where client value flexibility, cost effectiveness and reliability, our container transport division offer an effective solution for the domestic trade and oversea transportation.


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Vosco takes delivery of modern bulker Vosco Sunrise (16/05/2013) Vosco takes delivery of modern bulker Vosco Sunrise
Vietnam Ocean Shipping Joint Stock Company (Vosco) has successfully taken delivery of a 56,472 dwt bulk carrier on May 15th 2013. The modern supramax bulker, named “Vosco Sunrise”, was built at Nam Trieu Shipyard, Vietnam.

56,200 dwt bulk carrier named Vossco Sunrise launched (18/12/2012) 56,200 dwt bulk carrier named Vossco Sunrise launched
A 56,200 dwt bulk carrier (Hull no: F56-NT03) named Vosco Sunrise, which is being built for Vietnam Ocean Shipping Joint Stock Company (Vosco), was successfully launched at Nam Trieu shipyard on 16th Dec 2012.

World Seaborne trade reached record high 8.7 Bil tons (17/12/2012) World Seaborne trade reached record high 8.7 Bil tons
World seaborne trade – a measure of demand for shipping, port and logistics services – climbed by 4 per cent in 2011, reaching a record high of 8.7 billion tons, UNCTAD’s Review of Maritime Transport 2012 reveals.

Recruitment of office staff (16/10/2012) Recruitment of office staff

Recruitment of crewmember (16/10/2012) Recruitment of crewmember

Awards Ceremony for Vosco Slogan Contest (11/10/2012) Awards Ceremony for Vosco Slogan Contest
Awards ceremony for “Contest on creation of Slogan for Vietnam Ocean Shipping Joint Stock Company” was held on 5th Oct 2012, at Vosco’s head office.

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BUnker index vosco

Port IFO 380
Busan 396.50 +2.50
Kaohsiung 434.00 -3.00
Singapore 328.00 -2.00
IFO 180
417.50 +3.50
439.00 -5.00
340.00 -4.00
MDO
616.50 -13.50
710.00 -5.00
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MGO Del. Date
626.50 -13.50  D 2014-12-17
725.00 -5.00  D 2014-12-18
562.00 -0.50  D 2014-12-17
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