New year, add many new Japanese investors to Quang Ninh
(Construction) – On January 16, Acting Chairman of Quang Ninh Provincial People’s Committee Cao Tuong Huy received and worked with two large Japanese enterprises to research, invest, and build industrial goods factories in Hanoi. Quang Yen coastal economic zone.
Owners of two businesses presented to the Acting Chairman of the Provincial People’s Committee about their business plan to invest in Song Khoai Industrial Park, in the coastal economic zone of Quang Yen. Specifically, Mr. Hirohiko Hirono – CEO of Tenma Group reported on the investment plan to build a printer plastic injection mold factory, with a land area of 18ha, total capital of 150 million USD; Mr. Hitoshi Kimura – Senior Operations Director of Castem Company presented a pre-feasibility project on the investment plan for a metal casting factory, the factory scale uses land on an area of 2 hectares, with a total investment capital of 14 million USD. .
Earlier (January 13), Yaskawa Electric Group (Japan) worked with Mr. Cao Tuong Huy – Acting Chairman of the Provincial People’s Committee to present a feasibility report on investment in building a machine tool factory. automatic, with an investment of nearly 100 million USD, using an area of about 12 hectares of land in the same Song Khoai Industrial Park, in the coastal economic zone of Quang Yen.
Chodai Co Ltd and Maeda Corporation (Japan), a joint venture with Viet Long Investment and Construction Joint Stock Company, kicked off the project of burning waste to utilize heat to run turbines to generate electricity, according to the most advanced technology. Japanese. Burning garbage without sorting, generator cooling equipment using circulating water and just burning 350 tons of garbage/day can produce enough heat to produce 10MW of electricity, which today’s popular technology requires. Burning 700 tons of garbage/day (double the amount of garbage) can produce 10MW of electricity.
This is one of 14 projects that the Government of Japan invests in under the Government’s Business Deployment Fund to expand high-quality energy infrastructure abroad, in the fiscal year 2022 and is believed by Japan. trusted to choose a joint venture partner with Viet Long Investment and Construction Joint Stock Company to build a waste incineration plant to generate electricity in Khe Giang village, Thuong Yen Cong commune, Uong Bi city.