Hitachi Zosen to work on EfW projects in Vietnam via new office

Plastic waste. Source: Neste

October 1 (Renewables Now) - Hitachi Zosen Vietnam Co Ltd, a subsidiary of Japan's Hitachi Zosen Corp (TYO:7004) today opened a new office to work on Energy-from-Waste (EfW) projects in the Vietnamese capital of Hanoi and neighbouring cities.

The company said in a statement that planning is underway for the construction of such projects in coordination with local organisations. The purpose of the new branch is to collect data and conduct sales activities more closely with central government agencies in the capital. It will be in charge of sales and procurement support activities for EfW plants and HZV’s operation and maintenance (O&M) business. Designed as a hub for engineering in Southeast Asia, the branch will coordinate the engagement in projects throughout the region.

Hitachi Zosen has experience in delivering chemical plants, hydraulic gates and steel pipes for hydropower plants (HPPs) in Vietnam. Last year, it completed the country’s first industrial waste power generation plant.

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