CHINT launches new label, extends warranty time for Vietnamese customers

Tuesday, Apr 23, 2024 11:02

CHINT, a global leader in smart energy solutions, recently announced two new initiatives in Việt Nam to support the country’s smart energy ecosystem. — Photo courtesy of CHINT

CHINT, a global leader in smart energy solutions, recently announced two new initiatives in Việt Nam to support the country’s smart energy ecosystem.

Accordingly, the company has launched a new product warranty label to help consumers identify authorised products better while it also extended its warranty programme for locally authorised products to three years. 

“At CHINT, we prioritise user safety and satisfaction by fostering a robust authorised distributor network," said Kehao Zhuang, Country Manager (Vietnam), CHINT Global. 

“This strategic approach ensures customers receive genuine products that meet the highest quality and safety standards. It goes beyond simply selling products – it's about building trust and empowering informed choices. By partnering with authorised distributors, we create a win-win for customers, distributors, and CHINT, promoting a sustainable ecosystem built on quality and trust," he said.

With the new warranty label, CHINT aims to empower local users with the ability to identify authorised products easily so as to get better peace of mind with the quality and durability of the products they use.

This move reinforces CHINT's position as a trusted partner for Việt Nam's smart energy future, promoting authorised products, customer safety, and commitment to after-sales service.

CHINT has been operating in the Vietnamese market since 2005, supplying a comprehensive portfolio of electrical solutions via its strong network of distributors.

This includes low-voltage products, power transmission and distribution equipment, new energy technologies, and electrical and control systems for buildings, factories, and apartment projects.

Việt Nam's rapidly growing economy is driving a surge in electricity demand. The Institute of Energy of Việt Nam said that demand will increase at a rate of 10-12 per cent per year over the next decade.

This rapid growth, one of the fastest in Asia, will challenge Việt Nam's ability to secure enough energy sources. To resolve this challenge, the country is actively developing a smart energy ecosystem. — VNS

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