RELEASED DATE 17 May 2022
In particular, BIDV Binh Dien Saigon branch is assigned to coordinate with HCMC Inland Waterway Port Authority to collect seaport infrastructure fee while other branches will cooperate with the authority for service delivery. Customers can pay seaport infrastructure fees quickly and conveniently through various means, including BIDV e-banking apps (BIDV SmartBanking for individual customers, BIDV iBank for institutional customers); transfer money from any banks to HCMC Inland Waterway Port Authority’s account opened at BIDV at 11710008116868; or make transactions at more than 1,000 BIDV’s transaction points nationwide.
On 25 March 2022, HCMC Department of Transport in collaboration with HCMC Department of Information and Communications held a press conference for launching seaport infrastructure fee collection.
BIDV has an extensive network including 190 domestic and foreign branches, 895 transaction offices, 10 subsidiaries and commercial presences in Laos, Cambodia, Myanmar, Russia, and Taiwan (China). BIDV currently has relationships with more than 15 million customers; cooperates and transacts with more than 2,300 financial institutions in 177 countries and territories globally.
Fee payers can call hotline 19001286 or directly contact BIDV Binh Dien Saigon branch at No. 230-232-234 Duong Ba Trac street, Ward 2, District 8, Ho Chi Minh City, phone number 028.39833838 or 028.38517799 (ext. 125) for instructions on quick and timely payment of seaport infrastructure fees.
As one of the leading financial institutions in Vietnam, BIDV has always been a pioneer in implementing the directives of the Government, Ministries and sectors, working closely with the regulators, accompanying residents and businesses in implementing major strategies of the Party and the Government. In recent years, BIDV has coordinated with the authority to implement various effective public services, including: Connection to e-Payment Gateway, multi-modal taxes and fees payment on e-banking apps, taxes and fees payment on the National Portal, National Public Service Portal, etc. BIDV has become a pioneer in accompanying the General Department of Taxation, the State Treasury, the General Department of Customs and related ministries, sectors and localities in reforming administrative procedures related to taxes, fees, public services, etc. This coordination has created favorable conditions for both individual customers and businesses, contributing to promoting non-cash payment following the Government’s policy.