NS BlueScope Lysaght expands distribution system of smart homes

Tuesday, Sep 13, 2022 08:09

A Lysaght Smarthome model house in Ba Ria – Vung Tau Province. — Photo courtesy of the company

NS BlueScope Lysaght Vietnam signed a strategic cooperation agreement with 13 distributors, expanding its distribution system of the Australian steel smart home, Lysaght Smarthome, in the market of Viet Nam.

As part of the agreement, NS BlueScope Lysaght will work closely with distributors to deploy smart steel building solutions in civil construction, meeting the strict requirements of investors.

“The Lysaght Smarthome solution not only has the advantage of top Australian quality but also has an impressive design and comprehensive range of utilities. We cooperate with strategic distributors in Viet Nam to expand our business network, contributing to bringing this high-quality product to more Vietnamese families and meeting the demands of families looking for an ideal solution with an effective return on investment,” said Truong Tan Loc, General Manager, Lysaght South Vietnam Cluster, NS BlueScope Lysaght Vietnam.

With the Australian steel smart home solutions, every house detail is impressively designed. The slender structure optimises the use of space. At the same time, the surface of the steel frame and connecting details are finished synchronously and sharply, leaving no scorch marks or roughness in the welds and ensuring the aesthetics of the whole project.

The steel frame of Lysaght Smarthome uses premium steel material with the unique Activate technology in the Vietnamese market that is characterised by four phases of superior corrosion resistance in all environments. In addition, this is also an environmentally friendly material, 100 per cent anti-termite and non-combustible. In particular, the Lysaght Smarthome solution can reduce installation times by up to 50 per cent compared to traditional reinforced concrete houses.

The Lysaght Smarthome solution was first introduced in the Vietnamese market in 2021, opening a new trend in using unburnt materials in civil construction. It helps investors solve design, construction and maintenance problems, which are often encountered with traditional reinforced concrete and steel buildings. — VNS

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