DTST Corp. will be glad to support you for all your requirements related to Shipping carry and would like to be a well-trusted partner.

Our Core Services are as follows:

  • International Sea Freight Services (Dry/ Bulk/ Project/ Heavy lift)
  • Local Transportation (Pick-up and Delivery) Services
  • Custom Clearance at Port and Cross Border.
  • Shipping Documentation Services viz. B/L, Certificate of Origin, Licenses, Permit etc.
  • Project Management Services including Heavy lift, Oversized Cargo, Special Cargo, Break bulk etc.
  • Warehousing Services including Local Collections, Distribution Facility, Packaging, Palletisation, Consolidation etc.
  • Cargo Handling Services (if any specific requirements)

Looking forward for your kind support …….


Today, logistics plays a very important role in the development of the economy. So what does the logistics service chain consist mainly of?

1. What is logistics?

Logistics is the process of planning, applying and controlling the flow of goods or information related to raw materials (inputs) and the final product (output) from the starting point to the point consume.

2. What does the logistics service chain mainly consist of?

In general, the logistics services chain mainly includes the following services:

  • Cargo handling services (including container handling).
  • Warehousing and storage services (including container warehousing and material and equipment handling warehouses).
  • Transport agency services (including an agency for customs clearance and cargo handling planning).
  • Other support services, including receiving, warehousing and management of information related to transportation and storage of goods throughout the logistics chain. Handling of goods returned by customers, inventory, overdue goods, fad and redistribution of such goods, leasing activities and hire purchase of containers.
  • In addition to the above major logistics services, there are logistics services related to transport, including:
  • Shipping services.
  • Inland waterway transport service.
  • Air transport services.
  • Rail transport services.
  • Road transport services.
  • Pipe transport services.

And other related logistics services, including:

  • Technical inspection and analysis services.
  • Postal services.
  • Wholesale trade services.
  • Retail trade services, including inventory management, collection, consolidation, sorting, redistribution, and delivery.
  • Other transportation support services.
3. Characteristics of logistics services

Based on studies of logistics services from experts of DTST. Some basic characteristics of logistics services have been drawn as follows:

Logistics is a combination of business activities based on three main aspects, including survival logistics, logistics, and system logistics.

  • Survival logistics is related to basic needs in life. It comes from human survival instincts, meeting the essential needs of people like need, how much, when and where to need. Because of these characteristics, survival logistics has become the essence and foundation of logistics operations in general.
  • Logistics activities are a new development of survival logistics and associated with the entire process and production system of the company’s products. Logistics activities will involve the mobilization and storage of inputs, entry, passing and out of business, penetrating distribution channels before reaching the end consumers.
  • Logistics system will help maintain the operating system. Elements of logistics system include machinery, equipment, human resources, technology, factory infrastructure.

Why is logistics always playing an important role in the development of the global economy? That is because logistics always supports the entire operation of the business, even when the product is out of the production line of the business and consumers. Logistics also supports business operations by managing the movement and storage of materials entering businesses and semi-finished products moving within the enterprise.

With a network of infrastructure stretching across 3 regions of the North – Central – South of Vietnam. We always bring to customers logistics chain mainly to serve all the requirements that you set.

4. Logistics service

DTST Corp. provide a straight through process from receiving cargo, packaging, storing, transportation, customs procedures… up to delivery to end buyers/user.

5. Customs procedures

DTST Corp. is the first model customs broker in Vietnam. DTST Corp. may sign and stamp customs declaration on behalf on customers.

Professional and experienced staffs of DTST Corp. will help freight owners to complete customs procedure most effectively and efficiently. Because DTST Corp. has been allowed by Customs Authority to sign import/export declaration, it will not only help save time for freight owner but also certify responsibility and quality of customs declaration service of DTST Corp.

The first model customs broker in Vietnam, DTST Corp. may sign and stamp customs declaration on behalf on Customers).

Electronic customs declaration, remote customs declaration.

Use special-purpose software’s for customs declaration.

Satisfy all Customer’s demands of customs declaration.

Don’t hesitate to contact DTST Corp. for consultancy of customs services:

  • Clarification for customs regulations and procedures.
  • Determination of tax quotation for certain goods.
  • Supplement suitable preferential conditions into tax system.
  • Declare customs on-spot for separate and individual cargo.

We provide Customers with door-to-door services to help Customers quickly release goods and timely distribute to buyers or export after completing customs declaration.


Entrusted Import-export is when an individual is not a legal entity with no company but needs to export and import goods to foreign countries, then they have to entrust a business, a legal entity to do entrusted export and import procedures. In addition, if a business is mandated to entrust another enterprise which have the function and license to import and export an item that the entrusted enterprise does not have the full function or license.

Entrusted Export Procedure

At present, many individuals or individual business households do not set up businesses or organizations. They sell goods to overseas buyers and to export them, they need to be the legal entity on the export declaration as an exporter. Therefore, they have to hire import-export trading companies to keep their names on the export goods list. Logistics companies can also carry out these import and export procedures because they also can be trading.

Entrusted Import Procedure

1. Signing the entrust contract with the entrusted entity

2. To provide documents related to export and import goods

3. The entrusted entity will prepare the export documents on behalf of the trustee

4. The principal must notify the importer of the responsibility to pay the goods to the trustee, not to the trustee

5. The trustee and the entrusted entity may agree on which party will appoint the international carrier (usually the trustee).

6. After completing the procedures for the export and import of goods, the trustee shall, within the course of the transportation of the goods, be obliged to issue the required documents at the request of the carrier or importer until goods are delivered to the importer.


Entrusted Import Procedures

Not every individual or even any business can import whatever goods they want. As a rule, some items such as food, children’s goods … enterprises need to have import licenses as well as product announcement on the quality of goods to be able to import. Accordingly, enterprises need to look to import-export trading companies to entrust. Enterprises should prioritize the import and export of imported goods, as their import licenses are still in the process of being renewed, without the need for new registration or extension.


Entrusted import process

1. Signing the trust contract with the entrusted entity

2. To provide vouchers related to imported goods lots

3. The trustee will require the trustee to notify the seller (exporter) of the commercial documents in the name of the trustee.

4. The principal must notify the exporter of the obligation to pay the goods to the trustee and not to the trustee in order to legalize the payment terms in the commercial contract.

5. The trustee and the trustee may agree on which party will appoint the international carrier (usually the trustee).

6. After completing the procedures for the export and import of goods, the trustees shall be responsible for issuing the receipts at the request of the carrier or the exporter for the purpose of making the goods. Customs clearance

7. The trustee will also be obliged to pay the household tax to the entrusted entity. Expenses related to import duties, invoices, and trustees will be billed along with the trustee’s trust fee under the original agreement.

Note when making import-export procedures entrusted:

– All goods that carry out procedures for export and / or import of entrusted goods must be lawful and not subject to import or export ban

– The entrusted party is obliged to fulfill the obligation to declare with the customs office of import and export fully and honestly. In cases where the entrusting party requests the entrusted party to declare the goods details wrongly, the entrusted party shall have to bear the responsibility for being the party on the export or import document.

– The entrusted entity also needs to examine the legal, financial and business history of the trustee or individual to avoid any incident that may arise from post-clearance audits. Responsibility to support and explain the same.


– At present, the procedure of establishment of enterprises is very quick and cheap, enterprises want to do import and export procedures should establish themselves properly and self-prepared documents, full license for the owner to avoid being dependent on the entrusted party when delegating authority to this party.

7. Our Expertise Services & supplies Include but not limited to:


Port operations refer to the range of activities involved in the management and handling of vessels, cargo, and passengers at a seaport. These operations are critical to the efficient functioning of seaports, which play a crucial role in global trade and commerce.

The activities involved in port operations can be broadly classified into three categories:

1. Vessel operations involve the handling of vessels, including navigation and maneuvering within the port, berthing, and unberthing of vessels, and anchorage management.

2. Cargo operations involve the handling of cargo, including loading and unloading of cargo from vessels, cargo storage, and customs and immigration clearance.

3. Passenger operations involve the handling of passengers, including embarkation and disembarkation, immigration and customs clearance, and passenger safety and security.

Effective port operations require a wide range of infrastructure, including berths, docks, cranes, and other cargo-handling equipment, as well as passenger terminals and related facilities. The efficient movement of goods and people through seaports requires careful coordination and planning, including the scheduling of vessels, the allocation of berths and cargo handling equipment, and the coordination of customs and immigration clearance procedures.

Port operations are crucial to the success of businesses involved in global trade. Efficient and effective port operations can help businesses optimize their supply chain management, reduce transportation costs, and improve customer satisfaction. Conversely, inefficient or ineffective port operations can lead to delays, increased costs, and decreased competitiveness.


Overall, port operations play a critical role in the management and handling of vessels, cargo, and passengers at seaports, facilitating global trade and commerce while also promoting sustainability and social responsibility.


With 15 years’ experience, DTST Corp. can supply professional warehouse and distribution service.


Major Export – Import merchandises of our logistics chain:

Export: apparels, shoes, crafts and ceramics, furniture, electronics, materials, agricultural and forestry products…

Import: machinery and equipment, materials for apparel, shoes, paper processing…


Freight Forward: food, cattle food, packaging, materials, machinery, chemicals, pharmaceutical medicine…