Taiwanese factory thrives in central Vietnam

Taiwanese factory thrives in central Vietnam
06 August 2008

A wholly Taiwanese-owned cement factory in Vietnam’s central Thua Thien-Hue province has been allowed to raise its total capacity to 4Mta.

The factory will invest US$130m in assembling a 5000tpd production line to reach the target.

The factory’s products, named Kim Dinh, were sold throughout provinces and cities from the central Quang Binh province to Ho Chi Minh City.

These products were mostly used for transportation and irrigational works and sold well in central provinces as well as in the Lao market.

Its products were also used for some large-scale construction works of the Song Da 6 company.
Published under Cement News