Operations at "Newport" in Vietnam. SeaLand Container ship. Conex containers and their subsequent use
Vietnam Date:1967 Duration:1 min 52 sec Sound:Yes
River and port facilities being developed in South Vietnam. Small buildings along the port. View of "Newport," built upriver from Saigon, by the U.S. Army in Vietnam. Views of 6oo foot permanent piers, with numerous vessels tied up in the port. A tractor emerges from USS Plumas County (LST-1083), Vietnamese workers prefabricating panels and trusses, at the Cameron Bay Engineer Site. A SeaLand Container ship at the new port, offloading containers on to 35-foot semi trailors. A Vietnamese dock worker secures a container onto a trailor and it drives away. Cargo ships unloading Conex Containers, which are moved by a forklift, on the dock.. Conex containers being used as quarters, dispensaries, offices, supply rooms, etc.
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