Soft Industry Corporation (SIC), established by Toyota Tsusho (Japan), Toyota Tsusho Vietnam and Formusan Union Chemical (Taiwan) today started construction of its LAS production facility in northern Haiphong port city’s Dinh Vu Industrial Zone.
Dinh Vu Industrial Zone developer last week received the prestigious Vietnam’s Second Labour Medal for its stunning business performance and contributions to the country’s socio-economic development.
The Dinh Vu polyester fibre plant in the northern port city of Hai Phong has put into operation two additional DTY fibre production lines, raising the total capacity to nearly 900 tonnes per month, up 20 per cent.
The failing state-funded Dinh Vu polyester plant invested by PetroVietnam Petrochemical and Textile Fiber JSC (PVTex), a joint venture of PetroVietnam and Vietnam National Textile and Garment Group (Vinatex), will be pushed to the brink of bankruptcy if foreign investors refuse to co-operate with PVTEX to revise the plant’s operations.
Today Dinh Vu Industrial Zone Joint Stock Company, the company invested by Haiphong People’s Committee, Rent-A-Port (Belgium) and Infra Asia Investment Hong Kong, to develop and manage the Deep C cluster, held a ceremony to celebrate its 20-year anniversary.
In 1994, Filip Martens visited Vietnam with a mission to find new business opportunities for port-related industrial development. He travelled throughout Vietnam and China to a number of cities and provinces from north to south.
Concern about environmental pollution in Vietnam National Chemical Group's (Vinachem) DAP Dinh Vu Plant in the northern port city of Haiphong's Dinh Vu Economic Zone were deepened when the local authorities’ investigation uncovered environmental violations during its operations.
On December 14, , the Belgian-based investor, Rent-A-Port, held a ground breaking ceremony of South Dinh Vu Industrial Zone II – Deep C II and construction commencement of the Gateway Commercial and Logistics Business Centre – CDC Haiphong at South Dinh Vu IZ.
Today, Vietnam Container Shipping Corporation (Viconship) organised the grand opening ceremony of Green Logistics Centre in Dinh Vu Industrial Zone in northern Haiphong port city.
Thanks to the support of An Phat Holdings, the Dinh Vu polyester plant developed by PVTex has been removed from the list of 12 loss-making projects and started stable operations.
The Dinh Vu polyester plant is expected to resume the operation of its three manufacturing workshops on April 18, with the first priority of cutting unnecessary expenses during the operation process to limit losses.
The long-delayed Dinh Vu polyester plant is expected to resume the operation of its draw texturised yarn (DTY) manufacturing workshop on March 20 this year, creating the premise to resume the operations of the remaining workshops.
With a brave vision, Dinh Vu Industrial Zone has helped to develop the world-class industrial infrastructure of the northern city of Haiphong. And, as Frank Wouters, general director of Dinh Vu Industrial Zone JSC, shares with VIR’s Son Trang, this 20-year-old initiative will continue to grow as quickly as the Vietnamese industry does.
Bridgestone Tire Manufacturing Vietnam, an affiliate company of Japan’s Bridgestone Corporation today received an investment certificate to build a passenger car tire manufacturing plant in Haiphong port city’s Dinh Vu Industrial Zone.
The number of enterprises that stopped operations in the first quarter of this year has outstripped the number of new start-ups in northern Nam Dinh Province, according to the provincial Planning and Investment Department.