Steel structures shipped to power and refinery projects

Tuesday, Mar 16, 2021 10:49

A ship loads equipment at the Dung Quat Port in central Quang Ngai Province. The equipment made by Doosan Vina will be delivered to the Sriracha Refinery in Thailand. — Photo courtesy of Doosan Vina

Doosan Heavy Industries Viet Nam (Doosan Vina), has recently completed two shipments of steel structural components to the Van Phong 1 Thermal Power Plant (VP1 TPP) and another of modules and boiler steel structures for the Sriracha Refinery in Thailand.

Doosan Vina said in a statement that the shipment to the Van Phong 1 Thermal Power Plant, located in Van Phong Economic Zone of Khanh Hoa Province, was made for the Japanese IHI Corporation after nearly seven months of production.

Doosan Vina said it would supply more steel structures to the VP1 TPP following the contract signed in 2020.

The Korean heavy industry company is also implementing and achieving more than 50 per cent progress of the VP1 Coal Bunker project and the VP1 CW Piping project (signed with CTCI, Taiwan) with more than 6,159 tonnes of seawater cooling pipeline for the VP1 TPP.

Also on March 15, Doosan Vina exported more than 1,600 tonnes of components that form the fired heaters for the operation of the Sriracha refinery in Thailand.

This is the third and final shipment of the TOP Fired Heater project after more than a year since the contract was signed with JNK Heaters (Korea) in 2019 with a total weight of 3,772 tonnes.

A crane lifts cargo to the deck at the Dung Quat Port. Doosan Vina has shipped equipment to the Van Phong 1 Thermal Power plant in Viet Nam. — Photo courtesy of Doosan Vina

The completion of these two shipments has brought Doosan Vina's total exports from the beginning of the year to over 7,500 tonnes.

In January, Quang Ngai-based Doosan Vina also kicked off the new year by shipping petrochemical equipment to the Sriracha refinery.

Last year, Doosan Vina sent 1,004 shipments of boiler equipment, seaport cranes, steel structures, modules, pipes and other products to nine countries around the world during the time the global economy was affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. — VNS

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