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Frasers Property Vietnam (FPV) and GELEX Group jointly broke ground on the Industrial Centre Yen Phong 2C in Bac Ninh province on September 19, to make their first industrial and logistics project in North Vietnam since the signing of a partnership agreement in March.
Frasers Property Vietnam announced on September 7 that its commercial building Worc@Q2 has received the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold certification for Operations and Maintenance.
Singapore duo SP Group and Frasers Property Vietnam have agreed a deal to co-develop integrated smart energy solutions for Binh Duong Industrial Park (BIDP).
Frasers Property Vietnam is developing its first industrial property in Vietnam with Binh Duong Industrial Park. Chong Chee Keong, general manager for Industrial, talked to VIR’s Bich Ngoc about the company’s commitment to this segment in Vietnam.
Frasers Property Vietnam announced on July 18 that the US Green Building Council (USGBC) has confirmed its Eco Logistics Centre as the country's first LEED-certified ready-built warehouse.
A total of $8.88 billion was in registered foreign investment in Vietnam as of April 20, in which real estate ranked third with nearly $972 million. Truong An Duong, general manager for North Vietnam and Residential at Frasers Property Vietnam, shared methods to lure in more investment to Vietnam's industrial real estate market with VIR's Bich Ngoc.
Frasers Property Vietnam (FPV), one of Vietnam's leading diversified property developers, announced its partnership with local multi-sector investment holding company Gelex Group on March 1 to grow its industrial portfolio and build its presence across northern Vietnam. The combined investment totals approximately $250 million.
Frasers Property Vietnam (FPV) has opened its Hanoi office on to mark the expansion of its northern region portfolio.
Frasers Property Vietnam (FPV), one of Vietnam's leading diversified real estate companies, announced on December 15 that the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) has approved its approach to significantly reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
Multinational real estate group Frasers Property is improving on its targeted mission as a responsible corporation that actively works towards eliminating carbon emissions.
Hua Tiong Lim, CEO of Frasers Property Vietnam, concurrently CEO of Development at Frasers Property (Holdings) Thailand, took part in an Urban Land Institute Singapore discussion on developer perspectives on transforming cities through decarbonisation, decentralisation, digitalisation, and disclosure, which was part of the 2022 World Cities Summit held in Singapore last week. Lim shares some of his insights on what goes into creating thriving cities through these 4Ds.
Industrial and logistic real estate are becoming increasingly more attractive as Vietnam benefits from the shifts in global supply chains, the strong effects of many free trade agreements, and its liberalised trade base.
On April 22, Frasers Property Vietnam announced it is on track locally to become a sustainable business by meeting its commitment to become a net-zero carbon corporation by 2050.
Worc@Q2 by Frasers Property Vietnam is launching its second phase, the collection of high office floors after the success of the first phase to further cater to the ever-increasing demands of the international-standard office segment.
Businesses are facing down challenges to conclude a slew of deals with potential businesses in the midst of the global health crisis. Panellists at Vietnam M&A Forum 2021 shared some of their experiences and insights into conducting successful M&A deals during the COVID-19 pandemic.