BE Semiconductor Industries NV (BESI) from the Netherland envisions injecting nearly $5 million investment for first-phase advanced electronic component production at Saigon Hi-tech Park in Ho Chi Minh City.
Techtronic Industries (TTI) wants to foster partnerships with local authorities and suppliers to further push business development after five years of operation in Vietnam.
Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee has requested the local Department of Planning and Investment select a new set of investors, following approval, to replace the current developers of the Saigon Silicon City project.
Ho Chi Minh City is selecting new investment criteria to attract high-tech industries and fields to the city's high-tech park, according to Chairman of Ho Chi Minh City People's Committee Phan Van Mai, on the 20th anniversary of Ho Chi Minh City High-Tech Park (SHTP) on October 29.
The Saigon Hi-tech Park Management Authority expects its businesses to reach $23 billion in export turnover this year.
The American chip software firm Synopsys Inc. and Saigon Hi-tech Park (SHTP) signed an MoU on August 26 for the group to support chip design training in Vietnam.
As supply chains have been stretched thin thanks to the pandemic, manufacturers are adjusting their strategies to respond to the current constraints.
US capital inflows to Vietnam are expected to grow this year following the high hopes set on vaccination and upcoming direct flights between both countries.
The $650 million project invested by global cordless power equipment and floor care company Techtronic Industries Co., Ltd. (TTI) is six months behind schedule to start construction as foreign experts are restricted from entering the country due to COVID-19.
After a long wait, Samsung HCMC CE Complex Electronics Co., Ltd., the investor of a large-scale electronics manufacturing complex in Saigon High-Tech Park, was just approved to convert into an export processing enterprise.
Intel Corporation today (January 27) announced it has invested a further $475 million in Intel Products Vietnam (IPV).
To create a highly interactive innovative urban city in the east of Ho Chi Minh City, it is necessary to have a science park as a place to lure more enterprises to the city.
Leading global cordless power equipment and floor care company Techtronic Industries Co., Ltd. (TTI) is actively searching for local suppliers to increase the localisation rate at its Vietnamese manufacturing facilities.
Hong Kong-based Techtronic Industries (TTI) is to invest $650 million in a cordless power equipment plant in Ho Chi Minh City Saigon High-tech Park (SHTP) – one of Vietnam’s fastest-growing R&D and technology hubs and a future Silicon Valley.
In the late afternoon of December 18, Ho Chi Minh City People's Committee granted investment registration certificates to nine newly-invested projects with a total investment of more than $777 million.