Engineering firm opens office

Saturday, Apr 13, 2013 09:44

HA NOI (VNS) — Howden Group, an international engineering firm, has opened its first representative office in HCM City, paving the way for further co-operation with Vietnamese partners to develop the country's infrastructure.

Two seminars were held in HCM City on Tuesday and Ha Noi on Thursday, aiming to share the group's knowledge of products and technologies with local partners.

Howden's global sales director Ken Robinson said the firm had opened the office to give maximum support to project investors, contractors and sub-contractors in Viet Nam, establishing its presence here in response to the Vietnamese Government's efforts towards the swift development of power generation capacity for economic development.

Headquartered in the UK with around 4,500 employees in 22 countries, Howden is already contributing significantly to the development of Viet Nam's power production, having supplied equipment to a number of prestigious power projects such as Mong Duong 2, Vung Ang 1, Nghi Son 1, Vinh Tan 1 and Thai Binh 2. — VNS


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