Sindoh VINA, the 2-D and 3-D printer specialist, has completed the building of its Hanoi production site. The company added a second factory right next to the first one completed in 2015, to integrate Sindoh VINA’s Hanoi factories as one large production site. We are pleased to announce the completion of the Hanoi factories, which will play a pivotal role in expanding Sindoh’s business in the ASEAN region.

Completion of Sindoh VINA's Hanoi Factory 

Why Sindoh VINA built factories in Vietnam 

Vietnam presents a high growth rate each year with its diligent and bright people, the government’s strong commitment to economic development, and its young workforce. Although many global companies have production plants in Vietnam, Korea has stronger ties with the country as it occupies the highest proportion of its total foreign trade volume. Therefore, Vietnam can offer a very favorable environment for Korean companies. 

Sindoh decided to build a factory in the Binh Phuc Province of Vietnam to advance in the ASEAN region. Located close to the capital city of Hanoi, the Binh Phuc Province has rich human and physical infrastructures and is actively supported by the government. Sindoh has decided to create its third large-scale production site here following the Asan factory in the South Chungcheong Province of Korea and the Qingdao factory in China.

The first Hanoi factory, of which construction began in July 2015, started operation right after its completion in June 2015. The first factory was stabilized in a relatively short period, ensuring a smooth production capacity.

The success of the first Hanoi factory naturally led to a suggestion of a second Hanoi building. The second factory’s construction began in the summer of 2016 and completed in May 2017. Both factories are now presented as an “Integrated VINA Hanoi production site.”

Second Hanoi factory's internal design to improve work efficiency 

The second Sindoh VINA’s Hanoi factory applied the construction knowledge from the first factory, which tried various techniques to keep the architectural culture of Sindoh, while it referred to the architectural methods suitable for the local climate. Based on the experience and understanding of the weather and geographical features of Vietnam, stronger foundation work was carried out. The efficiency of the production system was examined to divide the electric room, parts warehouse, wiring closet, assembly line, and finished product warehouse as separated zones.

In particular, the connection path between the first and second factories was an outstanding feature, built to enable smooth communication and collaboration between them. In addition, to maximize the production capacity, the second factory was built as a duplex structure, in which the first floor is used for production activity and the second floor is used for office spaces and employee benefits.

 ▲Local employees looking around the Gallery of Sindoh’s History

The Gallery of Sindoh’s History located in the second factory’s corridor is a space where Sindoh’s 57-year history is exhibited on a flex panel. The gallery will serve as a place where Sindoh VINA employees can learn Sindoh’s history and culture, share its global vision, and enhance their self-esteem as Sindoh employees.

Sindoh has completed its VINA Hanoi factories in Vietnam and is now ready to move from Korea to the wider market of ASEAN. Please look forward to the synergy that Sindoh, which leads the Korean office equipment market, will create in collaboration with the VINA Hanoi factories.

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