Vietnam’s first aircraft engine parts factory launched

Created 06 December 2018
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Hanwha Aero Engines Company Limited, a member of the Republic of Korea’s Hanwha Group, inaugurated the first of three planned aviation engine parts plants in Ha Noi’s Hoa Lac Hi-tech Park on Thursday.
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Representatives open Hanwha Aero Engines factory. 

The Hanwha Aero Engines factory project was granted an investment registration certificate by Hoa Lac Hi-Tech Park Management Board with a total investment capital of US$200 million. Construction started on September 21, 2017 on a total area of nearly 97,000 sq.m.

Speaking at the launching ceremony, head of the Party Central Committee’s Economic Commission Nguyen Van Binh said he hoped the Hanwha Aero Engines plant would become a role model for how to transfer technology from the Republic of Korea’s enterprises to Viet Nam, thereby opening up access to key technologies and enhancing technological capacity for Viet Nam.

Minister of Science and Technology Chu Ngoc Anh appreciated the co-operation of the investors and the Management Board of Hoa Lac Hi-tech Park in completing the work of the project as scheduled. The minister also requested the Management Board continue to support the investor in production and business activities in the coming time.

Hanwha Aero Engines factory already has an order worth $40 million and plans to launch the first products in January 2019. The plant targets $400 million in revenue by 2023.

“The launch of this factory is evidence for the co-operation between the two countries,” Hanwha Group’s chairman Kim Seung Yeon told Viet Nam News. “I hope Hanwha Group and Viet Nam will hold hands to create aviation breakthroughs for the world.”

Founded in 1952, Hanwha Group is one of the largest business conglomerates in the Republic of Korea. The group operates in four business areas – explosives, defence, trading and machinery.

In recent years, Hanwha Group has invested in Viet Nam with projects in Bac Ninh, Long An, Ha Noi and HCM City with a total investment of about $1 billion, and made significant contributions to the development of Viet Nam.

This year, Hoa Lac Hi-tech Park granted investment registration certificates to 10 projects with a total registered capital of nearly VND15.86 trillion ($677.56 million).

To date, 87 projects are in Hoa Lac Hi-tech Park with a total investment capital of VND78 trillion. —


Source: VNS - Bridge

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