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Nikkiso wants to build more plant in Vietnam (12/4/2012 15:35)

HCMC – Japan’s Nikkiso Group plans to build one more medical equipment factory in HCMC after successfully operating a plant based in Tan Thuan Export Processing Zone in the past ten years.


By Quoc Hung - The Saigon Times Daily
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Vice Chairman Hua Ngoc Thuan of HCMC (R) meets with senior executives of Nikkiso Group at the City Hall yesterday - Photo: Quoc Hung

At a meeting on Monday with HCMC Vice Chairman Hua Ngoc Thuan, Shigeo Maruo, chairman of Nikkiso cum general manager of the group’s medical division, said the company was aiming to expand its production of medical equipment and enhance the work force in HCMC.
The leader of Nikkiso expressed his hope to learn about the labor supply as well as the city’s support for the development of skilled labor force in order to promote the project in the coming time. Still, no detail on the investment capital and the project scale was given.
Speaking to the Daily on the sidelines of the meeting, a representative of the HCMC Export Processing and Industrial Zone Authority (HEPZA) said the Japanese investor had previously worked with his agency on developing a new plant producing medical equipment, including dialysis machines.
At the meeting, Vice Chairman Thuan informed the city’s labor development orientation and committed to assist the investor in personnel training.
A member of Nikkiso delegation said Nikkiso’s factory in Tan Thuan Export Processing Zone specializes in producing medical equipment for export back to Japan and some European countries. The factory worth US$20 million in investment capital employs some 1,400 laborers.
Apart from the medical equipment projects in HCMC, Nikkiso also plans to expand the aircraft component factory in the Hung Yen-based Thang Long II Industrial Park which started operation in January 2010.
At present, the factory in Hung Yen is producing airplane doors for the airliner Boeing 777 from carbon fiber compounds. The Japanese group will increase the plant scale by over ten times in late this year for mass produce of other aircraft components.
(By the Saigon Times)

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