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Vietnam’s First Aircraft Engine Component Factory Has Began Operations

Vietnam’s First Aircraft Engine Component Factory Has Began Operations

Vietnam’s first aircraft engine parts factory has began operations. The factory which is an the investment of South Korea’s Hanwha Aerospace company is located at the Hoa Lac Hi-tech Park in Hanoi and will reach its full scale operation capabilities in January 2019.

Currently, Hanwha is the only aircraft engine maker in South Korea and is recognised as one of the world’s top 10 most technologically advanced aerospace companies. Thus, it is expected that the company’s investment in Vietnam will facilitate the development of Vietnam’s aviation and precision mechanical industries. Additionally, it is projected that by 2024, the factory in the Hoa Lac Hi-tech Park would have around 900 employees with an investment capital of US$370 million, symbolising a strong technological transfer between South Korean and Vietnamese enterprises and enabling an advancement towards the development of high technology capabilities within Vietnam.

In addition to its main facility currently in Changwon, South Korea, Hanwha Aero Engines is the second production base of Hanwha Aerospace.  Therefore, this factory is a major part of the South Korean engine marker’s plans in terms of increasing its market share of civil aircraft engine parts to about US$ 879 million and leading the aircraft parts processing industry by 2025.

According to Minister of Science and Technology, Chu Ngoc Anh, the Hoa Lac Hi-tech Park has 87 investment projects as of now and possesses a registered capital of US$3.34 billion. However, the Hanwha brand name would lay the foundation for Hoa Lac to attract more hi-technology companies from other countries which would contribute significantly to Vietnam’s science-technology capabilities.

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Vietnam To Eliminate At Least 50 Percent Of Business Conditions By 2019

Vietnam To Eliminate At Least 50 Percent Of Business Conditions By 2019

VIETNAM: Vietnam’s Prime Minister, Nguyen Xuan Phuc, has requested for ministries and government agencies to remove and simplify at least 50 percent of business and investment conditions by 2019.

This follows the government’s resolution No. 19 which is aimed at improving Vietnam’s business environment and enhancing national competitiveness. To add to this, the Vietnamese government has also recently issued resolution No.139 which acts to approve the action plan on reducing financial expenses for enterprises, meaning that enterprises can now save up to a minimum of 10 percent of financial costs when investing in Vietnam.

According to the Minister Nguyen’s new directive, ministries and ministry-level agencies are required to report to the Prime Minister on a quarterly basis on the remaining number of business conditions and goods subject to specialised control. Clear justifications are also required in the event that there are changes to the number of  business conditions and goods required for specialised inspection. Additionally, proposals on removing business conditions must also be substantial in order to produce new conditions that would be viable for businesses.

Based on Minister Nguyen’s vision, the lessening of business conditions will function as a key for economic growth and efficiency and the successful execution of this vision mandates strong collaboration from government leaders and ministers.  Minister Nguyen has also strictly prohibited government agencies and ministries from establishing new business conditions or abusing specialised inspections.

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IoT Innovation Hub To Be Built In Hanoi’s Hoa Lac Hi-Tech Park

IoT Innovation Hub To Be Built In Hanoi’s Hoa Lac Hi-Tech Park

Ericsson and Vietnam’s Ministry of Science and Technology (MoST) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to establish an Internet of Things (IoT) Innovation Hub in the Hoa Lac Hi-Tech Park in Hanoi. The hub is scheduled to open in the first half of 2019 and aims to encourage IoT innovation among local start-ups by providing them with a platform to trial and test IoT applications as well as commercialise developed applications.

Addressing the signing ceremony, Chu Ngoc Anh, Minister of Science and Technology in Vietnam has said, “In the context of globalisation and the rapid development of new technologies in the Industrial Revolution 4.0, Vietnam needs to quickly develop a national strategy to catch up with the trend. With more than 140 years of experience in technology development and innovation, Ericsson will be one of Vietnam’s most trusted partners for this strategy.”

Reinforcing Minister Chu’s comments, Denis Brunetti, Head of Ericsson Vietnam and Myanmar and Co-Chairman of the European Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam (EuroCham) has said, “At Ericsson, we support the Vietnamese government’s vision of stimulating inclusive socioeconomic development through the application of science and technology innovation.” He also added that, “Ericsson fully supports the government’s National Innovation Network Program[me], which recognises the need for enhancing Vietnam’s innovation capability to meet the challenges and capture the opportunities associated with Industry 4.0, enabled by ICT.”

Overall, this MoU illustrates Ericsson’s commitment as a strategic partner to the Vietnamese government’s vision of fully harnessing Vietnam’s potential in the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

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Vietnam To Reduce Dependency On Chinese Steel

Vietnam To Reduce Dependency On Chinese Steel

HANOI, VIETNAM: Driven by rising steel demands and economic growth, Vietnam is looking to reduce its dependency on Chinese steel. This is evidenced as two of the country’s largest steelmakers look set to embark on multibillion-dollar capacity investments within the country.

In fact, Hoa Sen Group intends to spend $10 billion on production facilities in southern Vietnam’s Ninh Thuan province in order to capitalise on the area’s deep water ports to import raw materials and export its manufactured steel products. Although the company has yet to reveal the details of its new manufacturing facilities in Ninh Thuan, construction is scheduled to occur in 2019, with operations beginning in 2019. Hoa Sen’s new facility would possess a blast furnace, which is a tool that Vietnam still lacks, and would boost an additional capacity that would more than quadruple total outputs to 16 million tons a year in 2031.

Meanwhile, Hoa Phat Group, intends to build a $2.7 billion steelworks in the Dung Quat Economic Zone of Quang Ngai Province and aims to begin operations in 2020. This facility is projected to increase the company’s annual capacity to 4 million tons which would lift the group total by 130 percent. At the same time, the company will be developing a $170 million steel plate mill in Hung Yen Province, which is close to the Dung Quat facility. Scheduled to begin production in 2018, this facility will provide materials for construction projects in Hanoi – one of the country’s biggest markets for architectural steel besides Ho Chi Minh City.

Currently, imports fulfil about 60 percent of local steel demands, with figures increasing to 33 percent in 2017 to reach 15.7 million tons – 61 percent of which came from China. However, inflows of cheap steel, driven by Chinese overcapacity, have increased so rapidly Vietnamese “safeguard” tariffs have been developed in certain situations. This combined with rising tensions over competing territorial claims in the South China Sea, has spurred Vietnam’s government to drive initiatives that are aimed at reducing dependence on Chinese steel. Additionally, Vietnam holds considerable promise as a steel market as the per-capita steel consumption is just below 300kg, which is recongised as a tipping point whereby demand will greatly increase according to industry insiders.

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Samsung Working To Develop Its Vietnamese Supply Chain Networks

Samsung Working To Develop Its Vietnamese Supply Chain Networks

According to Shim Won Hwan, Samsung Vietnam’s CEO, Samsung is scouting for local companies to join its consulting programmes in order to enhance the company’s supply chain networks. This is a programme that the company had previously collaborated with the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT), government agencies as well as local associations in order to source for qualified local companies that would be able to join.

In comparison with the localisation rate of 25 percent in 2014, Samsung’s current rate has increased to 58 percent this year and the number of local companies that rank as Samsung Vietnam’s tier-1 vendors have increased from 4 in 2014 to 35 in 2018 and this number is expected to reach 50 by 2020.

In fact, over the past ten years, Samsung has invested a upwards of US$17 billion in Vietnam and employed 160,000 locals. In 2017, Vietnam’s export turnover reached US$214 billion, of which Samsung alone contributed over US$54 billion to that figure. Additionally, the company’s four subsidiaries in Vietnam have a combined revenue of US$20.5 billion and a profit of US$2.08 billion in the first quarter this year alone and the same figures have experienced a 50 percent year-on-year increase, according to the company’s quarterly financial statements.

50 percent of Samsung’s smartphones and tablets are now manufactured in Vietnam and exported to 128 countries and territories, including the US, Europe, Russia and Southeast Asia. And since April 2018, Samsung has worked with the MoIT to provide training courses to 200 Vietnamese consultants so that they would be better able to advise local companies on how productivity can be improved and this will in turn help to develop Vietnam’s support industry.

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Hanoi Striving To Become New Location For Iphone Production

Hanoi Striving To Become New Location For Iphone Production

According to Vu Tien Loc, Chairman of the Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI), Nguyen Duc Chung, Chairman of Hanoi People’s Committee is currently in discussion with Chinese corporations with the intention of diverting the entire iPhone production line to Hanoi. This is in view that the ongoing trade war has pushed investors from China to Vietnam in order to escape rising tariffs, with Hanoi rising up as the top location for investors as well as a potential production headquarters for global corporations.

Loc has also further elaborated that reasons for Hanoi being an ideal destination includes the positive impacts that the region has gained from administrative reforms, favourable weather conditions and its proximity to the Chinese market.

However, in order to feed rising demands, Hanoi has to continue improving its business environment, especially for the high-technology sector. According to Nguyen Dinh Cung, Director of the Central Institute for Economic Management (CIEM), this includes adopting a more proactive approach in attracting capital flows, speeding up administrative processes as well as utilising its advantages as a regional economic hub to create spill over effects to other provinces

According to Hanoi’s mayor, FDI is an important source of capital for social investment and it attributes to an average of 10 to 15 percent of the total social investment in the region. This has allowed FDI alone to contribute to the city’s high GRDP growth over the past few years which averages at 7.11 percent annually.

Among the 59 cities and provinces that has received foreign investment, Hanoi has also attracted the largest amount of registered capital with US$6.15 billion in the first ten months of 2018. This is equivalent to 22 percent of total investment. Ho Chi Minh City follows behind with US$4.6 billion or 16.5 percent of the total investment, and Ba Ria – Vung Tau with US$2.4 billion, accounting for 8.8 percent of total investment.

The highest grossing projects in the first ten months of 2018 include the smart city project in Dong Anh district, Hanoi with total investment capital worth US$4.138 billion and the US$600 million Lotte Mall Hanoi project that encompasses a hotel, apartment, office, and trade centre complex.

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Vietnam To Work On Industry 4.0 Implementation

Vietnam To Work On Industry 4.0 Implementation

According to Tran Hong Quang, director of the National Center for Socio-Economic Information and Forecast (NCIF), Vietnam has to shift towards an economic model that is more suited for Industry 4.0 due to a weakening of its current comparative advantage in natural resources and labour-intensive production. This is a view that is further reinforced by Luong Van Khoi, NCIF’s Vice Director, who said that Vietnam should focus on revising its economic model as part of the 2016 to 2020 economic reforms and aim towards improved social resources management, higher productivity and national competitiveness.

During this process, it is also essential for the country to identify sectors that have high potential and include them in the new FDI strategy. Citing a OECD research paper in which 66 million workers are projected to be replaced by machines in developing countries, Khoi further added that a number of jobs could potentially be replaced by robots such as factory work and industries such as manufacturing and processing risk being automated and will possess a lowered need for manpower.

In fact by 2025, about 42.8 million employees in Vietnam would be directly impacted by industry 4.0 and around 31 million will have to be retrained or change their jobs, Khoi continued.

Despite this, Le Huy Khoi, Head of the Industrial Policies Strategies Institute’s Study and Market Forecast Division under the Ministry of Industry and Trade, has commented that Industry 4.0 would open up more opportunities for Vietnam to grow its trade and industry sector and will encourage companies to improve their production methods, which will lead to cost reduction and improved productivity. Although, currently, awareness of industry 4.0 is still low among the business community and the technical infrastructure and technological applications have not been met. This was evidenced in a survey of 2,000 enterprises by Hanoi’s Small and Medium Enterprises Association, whereby 79 percent of the respondents indicated that they have not prepared for Industry 4.0, while another 55 percent are still attaining information regarding Industry 4.0 and 19 percent are currently working on Industry 4.0 plans. And of those surveyed, only 12 percent are executing Industry 4.0 plans.

To address those issues, Khoi has recommended that the government focus on education and work towards creating an awareness of Industry 4.0 through the dissemination of information in the political system, enterprises, business associations, research institutes and universities. Government agencies can also facilitate digital economy development, Industry 4.0 participation and application and the liberalisation of investment.

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[TMTS 2018] Interview With Mr. Ryan Liu From CNC-Takang

[TMTS 2018] Interview With Mr. Ryan Liu From CNC-Takang

Asia Pacific Metalworking Equipment News is pleased to conduct an interview with Mr. Ryan Liu from CNC-Takang regarding his views on the current and future market outlook for Taiwan’s metalworking industry.

Mr. Ryan Liu from CNC-Takang

1.What has been the business focus of CNC-Takang in 2018?

Originally, the company’s main markets are in Russia, India and Western Europe such as Germany. However, the company is now shifting its focus to the US and the Southeast Asian market due predominantly to currency challenges in other markets. The company also has an office in the US as strong service standards are required in order to meet market demands as well as the country’s strict regulatory requirements. Similarly, in order to meet the quality standards in our markets in the US and Europe, our products have been certified to be able to meet DIN standards.

2. What would be the company’s business focus in 2019?

As the US economy is growing, the US market will be an area of focus in 2019. This is also because the Taiwanese market is currently experiencing limitations due to the policies by the Chinese government and local manufacturers will require more support from the Taiwanese government as well as the establishment of more trade agreements if they were to invest their growth in the local market. In the meantime, other markets that are of interest to the company are Vietnam and Thailand as both countries are experiencing growth in their economies.

3. What do you think will be the trends in Taiwan’s metalworking industry in 2019?

Due to the ongoing trade war, the Taiwanese manufacturing industry will experience a downturn at least till the first quarter of 2019. This is also because the larger Taiwanese manufacturers have factories in China and at least 30 percent of their exports are being produced from their factories in China.

4. What are your views on the Taiwan International Machine Tool Show (TMTS) 2018?

The show has improved every year and the location of the show in Taichung is optimal as 90 percent of the local machine building industry and its associated supporting industries are located here.

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Interview With Mr. Vincent Tang, Regional Vice President Of Asia In Epicor

Interview With Mr. Vincent Tang, Regional Vice President of Asia in Epicor

Asia Pacific Metalworking Equipment News is pleased to conduct an interview with Mr. Vincent Tang, Regional Vice President of Asia in Epicor on his views on Industry 4.0 megatrends in Southeast Asia.

1. In your opinion, what are the top three megatrends that are shaping Industry 4.0 in Southeast Asia?

Industry 4.0 is a hot topic in Southeast Asia, North Asia as well as regions outside of Asia such as the U.S. The term originated in Germany and is known by different names globally. For example, in China it is known as “Made In China 2025” and in the U.S it is known as smart manufacturing.

The trends shaping Industry 4.0 does not just involve ERP systems, it involves manufacturing execution systems, the extraction of data and its translation into meaningful information, big data, product lifecycle management (PLM) and the integration of robotics into processes. This means that Industry 4.0 is a long journey and companies begin their journeys at different points. For example, some companies may begin first with the implementation of an ERP system while others may not.

In Southeast Asia, Industry 4.0 is encouraged by government support through means such as grants and funding. This has allowed the region to advance in terms of the manufacturing technologies.

2. What are the key challenges that prevent manufacturers in Southeast Asia from digitalising and integrating artificial intelligence as well as data science into their manufacturing processes?

Retaining and attracting talent is the top challenge that prevents manufacturers from digitalising. In factories that are not fully automated, factors such as the increased amount of paperwork and high surrounding temperatures and harsh external environments may contribute to staff turnovers.

Additionally, the integrated implementation of automation is a challenge to some manufacturers in the region. This can occur because manufacturers may implement automation as a phase by phase process instead of as an integrated solution. For example, the accountancy department may be automated first before the inventory control department is automated.

Finally, manufacturers may find it challenging to successfully implement ERP systems. This could be because the successful implementation of ERP systems involves more than one key user, as it is a team effort. One that involves more than monetary investments and individual contributions. For mid-market companies, they possess limited ERP resources and budgets for ERP implementation and also require ERP systems to be installed in a short period of time – typically within six to nine months. These companies also tend to require flexibility.

3. How do you suggest that the above challenges be solved?

Departments can be integrated to increase the opportunities for rapid decision making and for different issues to be highlighted.

Productivity can also be increased due to the shortage of labour globally, especially in China which is also the largest manufacturer in the world. Although labour costs in China used to be lower, factors such as the one child policy has caused labour shortages and increased labour costs. While in Southeast Asia labour shortages are less severe and labour costs are cheaper, as in the case of countries such as Vietnam, Indonesia and Thailand.

Overall, the solution that is applied needs to be an integrated end to end solution. For example, processes that range from manufacturing to scheduling to finances have to be integrated. The solution that is applied has to also be multi-dimensional, multi-language based and focused on multi-localisation. This is because of the differing regulations in different countries that would require localised solutions to cater to it.

4. In 5 to 10 years time, how do you think the manufacturing industry in Southeast Asia will evolve?

The industry will continue to grow. This is because of the China-US trade war, as a lot of manufacturing companies are considering subcontracting their manufacturing operations to countries outside of China, such as Vietnam, to overcome restrictions when it comes to exporting to the U.S. This can be seen in the case of South Korean manufacturer, Samsung, which has moved its operations to Vietnam.

Thus, in Southeast Asia, manufacturing will continue to grow and this will be facilitated by Industry 4.0 and infrastructural developments such as the Belt and Road Initiative that will connect Bangkok and China via a high speed train.

5. What are your thoughts on the Industrial Transformation Asia Pacific event? Do you think this is the right time for an event like this?

The event occurred at just the right time. Different countries are at different stages of their development and the delegates that attend the event are keen to find out how they can engage in Industry 4.0 and where they are in their journeys towards Industry 4.0.

The event has also attracted over 1,800 registrations and I am able to meet a lot of individuals from Indonesia, Thailand and China. Everybody is working around the concept of industrial automation and it involves areas such as PLM, big data, manufacturing execution systems (MES), robotics, ERPs and integrated solutions.

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METALEX Vietnam 2018: Post Show Review

METALEX Vietnam 2018: Post Show Review

VIETNAM: The 12th edition of “METALEX Vietnam” was conducted from 11 – 13 October at Saigon Exhibition and Convention Center (SECC), with an attendance of 18,848 manufacturing industrialists and leaders from over 500 brands worldwide. The event also featured 5 international pavilions from China, Germany, Japan, Singapore and Taiwan.

Through the combination of five shows, “METALEX Vietnam 2018”, “Nepcon Vietnam 2018”, “Industrial Components & Subcontracting Vietnam 2018”, “Supporting Industry Show 2018” and “ROBOT X HCMC”, which was co-organized by Japan External Trade Organization Ho Chi Minh City”, as well as the presence of technology providers from over 25 countries globally, delegates were able to experience a full spectrum of machine tools and solutions ranging from machining centers, EDM machines, sheet metalworking, welding technology and metrology.

Mr. Suttisak Wilanan, Deputy Managing Director of Reed Tradex, has shared that: “After three informative trade fair days, Vietnam’s international metalworking trade exhibition – “METALEX Vietnam 2018” has reported 18,848 total attendants, which represents a promising sign of progress towards sustainable development of supporting industries in Vietnam. More and more trade visitors are also coming from abroad (42 countries), and apart from Vietnam, visitors predominantly came from Japan, China, Singapore, Korea and Thailand.”

Acquisition Of Business Knowledge

Delegates who joined the “METALEX Vietnam Forum” were given valuable information about resources that could contribute towards optimising the manufacturing process. The seminar hosted by Ho Chi Minh City Association of Mechanical – Electrical Enterprise (AMEE) not only provided solutions towards improving the manufacturing process but also provided delegates with insights on how they can upgrade their production processes towards higher standards

In addition, through the “Supporting Industry Show 2018 Seminar”, hosted by JETRO Ho Chi Minh City, delegates were also introduced to promotions, activities and pilot projects that were aimed at supporting SMEs as well as auxiliary industries. The seminar also served as a platform for businesses to share their experiences on conducting partnerships with Japanese companies.

Acquisition Of Regulatory Knowledge

As the electronics industry continues to grow in Vietnam, more workers will be tasked to operate a range of sections within production lines. This means that the regulations governing industry operations will play an increasing role in times to come and issues surrounding this was addressed through the “Vietnam Supporting Industries Forum 2018”. The conference was hosted by the Vietnam Electronic Industries Association (VEIA) and Vietnam Standards and Quality Institute (VSQI), and provided an introduction on regulatory standards as well as advice on how to comply with the EICC quality control – functioning as a platform between industry experts and the delegates.

Acquisition Of Engineering Knowledge

Vietnamese engineers from a wide range of manufacturing sectors also attended the “Engineer Master Class” in order to hone their skills as well as learn more on industry innovations. During the topic on additive manufacturing, Assoc. Dr. Pham Ngoc Tuan, Vice President of Ho Chi Minh City Association of Mechanical Engineering (HAME) provided insights on the significance of additive manufacturing in Vietnam’s future development and this provided delegates with an overview of the opportunities that Industry 4.0 can provide.

Hand Soldering Competition

The Hand Soldering Competition which was co-organized by Association Connecting Electronics Industries (IPC) and Reed Tradex was also a crowd puller and this year, Mr. Lê Văn Linh from Spartan Vietnam was awarded as the competition champion. Earning him one Solder Station from JBC as well as a chance to compete at the IPC World Championship at IPC APEX EXPO 2019, San Diego, CA, USA from January 29 – 31, 2019.

Expansion Of Business Opportunities

The attendance of decision makers, technical personnel as well as private company representatives from industry leaders such as Hoffmann, Hexagon, Takamaz, Weldcom, Showa Denki andSaeilo was beneficial for delegates and exhibitors as this allowed the industry to come together as a whole to learn and grow. Furthermore, delegates who joined the “Business Matchmaking Programme” were able to be introduced to business connections for future business expansion plans.

Delegate Testimonials

Mr. Kazuya Yoshimura, General Director of Takamatsu Machinery Vietnam Co., Ltd

“Our technologies are made in Japan, so we decided to join METALEX Vietnam this year to present our machinery to potential customers. The show is a huge success, which allows us to achieve our business goals. It was a right decision to join, thank you so much”.

Mr. Dang Xuan Kien, Assistant Technical Manager of Hoffman Group

“METALEX Vietnam brings a huge number of advantages and opportunities to our group. We were able to reach out more to potential suppliers and customers as well as enhance our brand reputation, this will support our success in the future.”

Mr. Nopporn Insuk, Regional Manager of Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence

“Hexagon has joined METALEX Vietnam many times, but this is the first time for me to be here to experience in person. The manufacturing in Vietnam continues to develop strongly; many countries are confidents in expanding their investments here. Our company supports smart factories, which I hope can help our business to grow in this potential market.”

Mr. Nguyen Giang Hai, CEO of Nguyen Viet Power JSC.

“Returning to visit METALEX Vietnam this time, I have found a supplier of solutions for our company. Moreover, the exhibition is improving each year with bigger and richer contents within the show. Hopefully, I could network with more suppliers and distributors here.”

The next edition of METALEX Vietnam will be held from 10 – 12 October 2019 at Saigon Exhibition and Convention Center (SECC) in Ho Chi Minh City. More information on the trade fair can be found at www.metalexvietnam.com

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