Peru has been the latest in a growing list of countries now equipped with high-tech “Made in Vietnam” products from Korea-backed industrial equipment manufacturer Doosan Vina.
With the addition of Peru there are now 28 countries around the world which receive products made by skilled Vietnamese craftsmen at Doosan Vina.
On May 19, Doosan Vina’s Chemical Processing Equipment (CPE) shop made the first shipment of high-tech chemical processing equipment that weighed 1,232 tonnes to this South America country.
The project was signed on December 30, 2014 for manufacturing a total five high-tech pressure vessels and eight towers.
The largest was seven metres in diameter, thirty-one metres long and thirty-six millimetres thick. It took ten months for CPE shop to complete the design, engineering and fabrication of the equipment.
This equipment will be shipped from Doosan Vina’s dedicated port and it will take a month and a half at sea to reach its destination in Peru.
Since opening in 2009, Doosan Vina’s CPE shop has made 150 shipments of top quality chemical processing equipment to refineries and other customers around the world. This growing client list confirms the reputation of Vietnam and Doosan Vina as a leader in the high-tech field of chemical processing equipment.
Doosan Vina CPE is part of a high-tech industrial complex in the Dung Quat Economic Zone of Central Vietnam and produces a range of industrial components including boilers for thermal power plants, heat recovery steam generators, desalination plants, material handling systems and chemical processing equipment. The firm is part of South Korean conglomerate the Doosan Group.