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THACO advances construction engineering to develop industrial infrastructure in central Vietnam
6/2/2020 11:24:24 AM
Since 2018, THACO's Mechanical Zone has developed construction engineering to meet diverse customer needs and make significant contributions to the infrastructure development of industrial parks in central Vietnam.


The Mechanical Zone covers an area of 19 hectares with a capacity of 300,000 products per year. The zone has modern production lines and machines imported from Korea, Japan and Switzerland such as Fiber and CO2 laser cutting machines, CNC machines, automatic welding robot systems, ED lines ... Its R&D activities involve more than 350 engineers and over 1,300 skilled technicians.

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Regarding construction engineering, the zone offers full-package construction services for pre-engineered steel buildings, factories for civic and industrial uses, transport infrastructure and commerce-service works.
Over the past time, the zone has done different large-scale projects and construction works in THACO Chu Lai Industrial Park and nationwide, i.e. steel structures, MEP systems for THACO plants and showrooms, steel canopies, tiled roofs, stair railings in Sala City (Ho Chi Minh City), steel structures for Nghi Son 2 thermal project of Doosan Vina Company ..

In 2020, the facility will take part in big projects such as banana packing plants and worker camps in Cambodia, cow farms and pig farms in Vietnam (Gia Lai, Binh Dinh and An Giang), THACO showrooms, steel structures for thermal power plants and crane systems for Doosan Vina Company, factory structures for Meico Company and new factory projects. In the mean time, it will also strengthen partnership with competent businesses and contractors to expand the business of construction and transport engineering.

With the expansion and development of mechanics into a key business, including construction engineering, THACO is moving in line with the Government's development strategy, playing an active role in developing the national mechanical engineering industry, step by step creating a multi-industry ecosystem with different businesses that can support each other and create synergy values to improve competitiveness and sustainable development.