Construction of new S’Hanoi paint factory underway

26-Nov-2019 Intellasia | VN Economic Times | 6:02 AM Print This Post

S’Hanoi’s second factory, in Hung Yen province, to begin production in Q3 2020.

The Hanoi Paint JSC (S’Hanoi) officially began construction of a second factory in Vietnam, in northern Hung Yen province, on November 22.

Covering an area of nearly 30,000 sq m, the project is crucial for S’Hanoi in its new stage of development. The factory is expected to be put into operation in the third quarter of 2020 and employ more than 150 experts, engineers, and workers.

The new factory is being built to realise S’Hanoi’s strategy of expanding investment during a period of strong growth, putting into use the most advanced production lines from the EU and meeting the highest standards in industrial production in the world, towards maximum automation, saving human resources, reducing human error, and increasing accuracy, thereby increasing capacity and quality.

With a designed capacity of 50 million litres of decorative paints per year and improvements in product quality, the factory promises to be the foundation for S’Hanoi’s sustainable development.

Tran Tien Bay, CEO of S’Hanoi, said that to become a leading domestic company it has invested in four important areasfinance, human resources, research and development (R&D), and enhancing production capacitybuilding new factories with modern production lines meeting EU standards. “We want to bring our customers quality products and services under international standards,” he said.

On the occasion, S’Hanoi and the ICHEMAD Profarb Group also signed a contract on EU-standard automation technology lines. The leading EU group provides comprehensive solutions in equipment and production lines and environmentally-friendly technical solutions, promoting the sustainable growth of manufacturers.

S’Hanoi announced in April it will re-position its brand under a new development orientation to mark its 60th year in business. It will continue to maintain its strong market foothold by repositioning its brand and advances in mold packaging technology (IML) with super anti-counterfeiting functionality.

Its entire product network will be managed by QR codes, helping customers easily confirm product origin. This is an important step in improving image quality and protecting product and brand quality. It has also invested heavily in human resources and production technology with the introduction of the new brand identity.

The company is also investing in Oliver Batlle and ABB production technology, with the goal of contributing 30 million litres of paint and 10,000 tonnes of paint powder each year to the market.

The company is aiming to transform itself into Vietnam’s No. 1 domestic paint brand and reach out to the international market as soon as possible.

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