GE’s HA gas turbine fleet achieves 50 customers and one million operating hours

GE’s HA gas turbine fleet achieves 50 customers and one million operating hours

GE’s H-Class heavy duty gas turbine fleet has secured more than 50 customers across 20 countries and accumulated more than 1 million commercial operating hours.
Domestic vaccines reach ever closer

Domestic vaccines reach ever closer

Vietnam is attempting to ensure a sufficient supply of COVID-19 vaccines as soon as possible, with locally-made Nano Covax hopefully getting the thumps-up to be approved for emergency use, and therefore easing the reliance on overseas imports.
Dutch Lady offers milk to community

Dutch Lady offers milk to community

Dutch Lady from FrieslandCampina is boosting its social community-oriented activities by presenting milk to medical staff and those in isolation.
Markets and food outlets rush  to stock up and protect prices

Markets and food outlets rush to stock up and protect prices

Many supermarket chains and stores have prepared plans to stock up goods and bump up staff numbers, as well as commit to stabilising prices to ensure that they can meet the demand in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City as social distancing measures bite into everyday life.
Flexible solutions secure stable food supply

Flexible solutions secure stable food supply

Various initiatives have been launched to ease the shortages of food and essential products in Ho Chi Minh City.
Recycling policies for patchwork vehicles to rid cities of unwanted auto wastage

Recycling policies for patchwork vehicles to rid cities of unwanted auto wastage

Despite something of a blow to manufacturers’ bottom line, the establishment of an organised recycling industry to push vehicle manufacturers to efficiently dispose of older vehicles could help promote environmental awareness in the industry and solve mounting waste issues at the same time.
Greening your bottom-line for sustainable development

Greening your bottom-line for sustainable development

Greening is not only a trend, it is also a “must-have” for businesses wishing to attract talent and achieve sustainable development.
Freelance workers in pandemic centres longing for sufficient financial support

Freelance workers in pandemic centres longing for sufficient financial support

Not knowing how to pay for their next meals has become a real fear for many freelance workers in Hanoi as the city has tightened its social restrictions and halted all indoor food and beverage establishments, as well as all non-essential services, after the discovery of new outbreaks.
Exporters yearning for switch to global payment terms to protect business

Exporters yearning for switch to global payment terms to protect business

Many local exporters, who want to switch their export methods to shun risks caused in the international freight market, aim to take control over shipping lines and freight insurance previously under the responsibility of overseas buyers – but the route ahead is not without hurdles.
Textilers adhering to strict measures

Textilers adhering to strict measures

Despite positive results in the first half of 2021, textile and garment businesses are facing enormous challenges to maintain their manufacturing activities during a social distancing period in the south.
Hai Duong commits to ensuring safety and growth

Hai Duong commits to ensuring safety and growth

Albeit being a pandemic hotspot just a few months ago, the northern province of Hai Duong has still reported upbeat achievements in socioeconomic development over the first half of this year.
Direct EU-Vietnam cargo train heralds in new prospects for the railway industry

Direct EU-Vietnam cargo train heralds in new prospects for the railway industry

With the launch of the first direct cargo train between Vietnam and the European Union last week, Vietnam’s railway industry is making a new approach to the cargo transport business.
Vietnam Value Programme aims high in national brand exposure stakes

Vietnam Value Programme aims high in national brand exposure stakes

As Vietnam’s economy is further strengthened by creative and innovative manufacturers who are aiming to increase their brand value at home and abroad, the Vietnam Value Programme is deemed to further leverage national brand position among the highest rated brands in the world.
ICD shortfall may lead to fresh funding

ICD shortfall may lead to fresh funding

As inland container depots are failing to meet growing demands placed on the seaport system, Vietnam is planning to develop more facilities in order to lower logistics costs and entice private investors.
Country cracks on with vital public investment ambitions

Country cracks on with vital public investment ambitions

After some positive results through Vietnam’s public investment disbursement over the past half-decade, the National Assembly at the end of this week is set to decide on capital as public investment until 2025