The Plant Inauguration Ceremony of YONGHO VINA Construction Co., Ltd

30.03.2011

Yongho Vina Steel Plant was built on an area of 1.5 ha in 5 acres precinct of Yongho Vina Construction Co., Ltd with total investment capital of 5 million US dollars. Its main products are spiral steel pipe based on technology and advanced production line from Korea that does not pollute the environment.

The Yongho Vina Construction Limited Company held the inauguration ceremony of Yongho Vina Steel Plant in Bau Bang Industrial Park and urban area, Ben Cat District, Binh Duong Province on March 29, 2011.

Attending and speaking at the inauguration ceremony, Mrs. Tran Thi Kim Van – Standing Vice Chairman of Binh Duong People’s Council highly appreciated the efforts of the Yongho Vina Steel Plant especially in the difficult economic situation, many projects cannot be deployed, but Yongho Vina

Construction Limited Company has deployed projects well and inaugurated the plant. At the same time, the province will be always ready to support and create favorable conditions for investors in Binh Duong in general and Yongho Vina Construction Limited Company in particular to reap the best business results throughout the investment process in Binh Duong.

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Representatives cutting the ribbon to inaugurate the plant

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Delegates visiting Yongho Vina Steel Factory

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