BlueScope Zacs and authorized dealers donated 50 Zacs houses for the poor in 10 provinces

16:03 | 23/04/2019 Companies

Within the framework of “Affectionate Pieces” (Mảnh ghép yêu thương), BlueScope Zacs in collaboration with authorized dealers donated 50 Zacs houses for the poor in 10 localities across the country from December 2018 to April 2019, marking its third year of successful implementation and lay a foundation for BlueScope Zacs to expand the program with more meaningful pieces in years to come. 

Each of donated houses is 32 meter-square in total area, made by BlueScope Zacs premium alloy-coated, easily installed steel that adheres to Vietnam loading standard TCVN 2327 and is suitable for wind speed of each locality, which offers home owners a safe shelter for rainy and stormy season. Typically, BlueScope Zacs’ Australian technology enables the installation to finish within 2-3 days, bringing hapiness of a new house to the poor on the occasion of the Lunar New Year 2019.

Mrs. Nguyen Thi Don living in Phuoc Tan 2 Hamlet, Tan Hung Commune, Ba Ria – Vung Tau City was deeply moved when receiving the secure, spacious gratitude house

“Doing what we deem the right thing and what is best for businesses and the community has been our business phylosophy since our establishment. In the community program of “Affectionate Pieces”, we apply our Australian-standard products and technologies to build steady and neat house for the poor so that they can settle down. The program is the shared dedicated effort of BlueScope Zacs and authorized dealers to eliminate local residents’ difficulties, thereby encouraging them to thrive for a better life. We expect our effort will inspire businesses, organizations and the kind to participate the program to generate more beautifully affectionate pieces,” said Mr. Vo Minh Nhut, Country President, NS BlueScope Vietnam.

Mrs Le Thi Thao’s family living in Group 12, Quarter 2, Vinh Loi Ward, Rach Gia City, Kien Giang Province is one of eight households in the area who are donated new homes to improve their living standards