Makino, a leading machine tools and solutions provider, announced on July 26 the official opening of its Ho Chi Minh City Technology Centre in Vietnam.
|The Makino Vietnam Technology Centre is located in the Saigon High-Tech Park |
Located in Saigon High-Tech Park over an area of 4,700 square metres, the two-storey technology centre houses a showroom, training facility, parts centre, and offices.
Neo Eng Chong, CEO and president of Makino Asia, said, “Opening the Makino Vietnam Technology Centre supports Makino’s strategy and our commitment to strengthen our support to customers – both before and after sales – and share our expertise to the precision engineering industry with turnkey solutions and technology knowledge transfer.”
Makino Vietnam Technical Centre boasts machines with high-speed milling and EDM applications to bring technology closer to customers in Vietnam. The new centre will support technology and knowledge transfer, training facility, local service support, and the application of engineering solutions.
Nguyen Thanh Hoa, country manager of Makino Vietnam, said, “Makino always prides itself on quality and service, on providing a holistic experience to all customers. Makino Vietnam Technical Centre serves to demonstrate the latest machining technology and solutions from Makino, as well as from our technology partners. Customers will benefit from our one-stop solution for every size and industry.”
Headquartered in Japan, Makino is a world leader in advanced CNC machining centres. Makino is committed to providing high-performance, cutting-edge machining technologies and innovative engineered process solutions that enable manufacturers to focus on making what matters.
Since incorporation in 1973, Makino Asia has been growing from strength to strength as a market leader in machine tool technology, introducing innovative solutions that boost productivity and profitability to customers. Its operations span across China, India, Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam, Malaysia, and the Philippines, with 1,500 employees (including 15 per cent) focused on research and development and application functions.
There are three manufacturing plants located in China, India, and Singapore producing a wide range of machining centres and EDM machines to the global market.
Makino Vietnam Co., Ltd. is a 100-per-cent owned subsidiary of Makino Asia Group, Singapore. Makino Vietnam has offices in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. The Makino Vietnam Technology Centre, located in Ho Chi Minh City, is designed to offer local customers machine tool and part sales, local services, training and technology support, and application engineering services. The 4,700sq.m location is the 14th technology centre in the Asia region, joining sites in China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, and its Singapore headquarters.