In the afternoon of January 24th, 2018, representatives of SEKISUI visited and worked at Consultant and Inspection Joint Stock Company of Construction Technology and Equipment (CONINCO., JSC).
Attending the meeting, regarding the partner, there were Mr. Masabumi Nishimura – Executive Officer of Industrial Piping System Division of Seksui Japan; Mr. Kobayashi Noboru – General Director of Sekisui Vietnam, Member of BoM of Tien Phong Plastic Joint Stock Company; Mr. Ishikawa Kenji and Mr. Goto Genki – Market and Business Development Manager of Sekisui Vietnam; Ms. Le Thi Nga My - Business Manager of Sekisui Vietnam. Welcoming the partners, the representatives of CONINCO were Dr. Ha Minh - General Director, Ms. Do Thi Ngoc Chau - Deputy Head of Economics and Planning Department; Ms. Do Nhu Duc - Deputy Director of Center of International Cooperation and Consultancy.
SEKISUI and CONINCO have a close cooperation in recent years. At the meeting, General Director Dr. Ha Minh gave sincere thanks to the senior leaders of the SEKISUI to visit and exchange work at CONINCO. On this occasion, SEKISUI introduced new and hi-tech products for buildings, hospitals, schools, etc., to CONINCO and expected these products to thrive in the Vietnamese market thanks to their utility and superiority.
The meeting took place in an open and friendly atmosphere. The two sides expressed their hope that they will maintain good cooperation and continue to develop and diversify their cooperation in the future.
|Since its establishment in 1947, SEKISUI is now one of the biggest Japanese corporations with worldwide branches and companies. Starting from a business specializing in plastic products, SEKISUI has successfully diversified, expanded its business lines, provided products to meet the daily lives of customers and contributed to the environment development based on the philosophy "3S Principles" (Principle 3S: Service, Speed, and Superiority). Products and services of SEKISUI can be divided into three main categories: High Performance Plastics, Urban Infrastructure and Environmental Products; and Housing.