Who we are
DEEP C was first established in 1997 in Haiphong City with the development of Dinh Vu Industrial Zone (DVIZ/DEEP C I). Since then, we have evolved to be one of the biggest industrial zone developers in Vietnam with a total of 5 industrial zones and +3000ha of land for lease.
With a presence of more than 20 years in Vietnam, DEEP C has an attractive offer of well-prepared industrial land which is connected with general infrastructures and reliable utilities. For small and medium sized enterprises, custom built factories are available.
We support the projects of our customers by providing an Integrated Support Package in an unconditional and transparent way, allowing you to do your business hassle-free.
DEEP C Industrial Zone was initiated with the collaboration between the Vietnamese local governments and a consortium of international investors lead by the Belgian company Rent-A-Port.
Rent-A-Port is a leading Belgian company, specialized in the worldwide development of port related industrial zones and port projects. The development of renewable energy and energy storage projects is led by the specialized sister company Rent-A-Port Green energy. Some of the projects of the Rent-A-Port group include:
Oman: Port and Industrial zone of Duqm,
Management and operation of a large industrial zone and international deep water port with draft of -19m and capable of handling dry bulk, liquid bulk, containers, general cargo and including a large shipyard. Rent-A-Port is managing the port and industrial zone in partnership with the Port of Antwerp and the Oman Government.
The Netherlands: Zuiderzeehaven
Development, construction, operation and management of an inland waterway port and related industrial zone in a PPP construction with local governments.
Port concession in the Port of Antwerp. Management and operation of an intermodal logistics platform.
Belgium: renewable energy and storage projects
The management of Rent-A-Port were the initiators of the first offshore windfarm in the Belgian sea. Rent-A-Port further started a far shore wind farm of 288MW in the Belgian waters and is now focusing on different sources of renewable energy and storage projects in Belgium, Vietnam and Oman.