Arburg is continuing to expand its injection moulding business in Vietnam. The trade partnership embarked upon in January 2021 with LSVN Co. Ltd. aims to find even more efficient ways of supplying this growing Asian market with high-tech machines "Made in Germany" and offering excellent on-site service nationwide.
"We are seeing increasing demand from the Vietnamese market and want to work together with an excellent local partner to strengthen our injection moulding business in this location, including pre-sales and after-sales service," explains David Chan, Managing Director of Arburg ASEAN. "We have found the perfect partner in LSVN and are sure that working together will be of mutual benefit to our businesses. We are looking forward to a fruitful cooperation."
Mr. David Chan, Managing Director, Arburg ASEAN
Headquartered in Ho Chi Minh City, LSVN has more than 20 years experience in the field of injection moulding, during which time it has successfully established itself as a distribution partner and service provider for the injection moulding industry. Proximity to customers is a major priority for LSVN, and this is something it has in common with Arburg. "The injection moulding industry is becoming increasingly attractive for overseas investors," reports Tu Le Van, Director of LSVN. "Arburg is renowned for high-quality and efficient production machine technology, and demand for that is high here. We are determined to be the best service agency for injection moulding in Vietnam."
Growing injection moulding market
The injection moulding market in Vietnam is currently experiencing growth in the packaging, electronics and construction industries in particular. Our efficient Allrounders in the Golden Electric and Golden Edition series with clamping forces from 1,000 to 2,000 kN are in particularly high demand, as are the hybrid high-performance machines in the Hidrive series with clamping forces up to 3,200 kN.
Arburg has already been active in the ASEAN region for more than 30 years and is continually investing in the important Asian market. Having opened its own subsidiary in Singapore back in 1988, others followed in Malaysia (1992), inThailand (2001) and in Indonesia (2006).
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