10:36 | 22/07/2019 Companies
(VEN) - The Vietnam Giza Engineering and Construction Joint Stock Company (Giza E&C) and Hong Kong (China)’s Jasan Group began construction of a production plant in Thanh Hoa Province’s Yen Dinh District, mapping out a route to promote its development in the central region.
After five years of operations, Giza E&C has achieved impressive business results. The company has been recognized as one of Vietnam’s leading industrial general contractors, ranking among the 500 largest private businesses and the 100 strong brands in Vietnam.
Giza E&C has implemented projects for foreign investors, such as China, Chinese Taipei, Hong Kong (China), the Republic of Korea and Japan, with total capital ranging from tens to hundreds of billions of Vietnamese dong. Projects implemented by Giza E&C have been available in many provinces, such as Hai Phong, Hai Duong, Hung Yen, Bac Giang, Bac Ninh, Quang Ninh, Ha Nam, Vinh Phuc, Ninh Binh, Tien Giang, Tay Ninh, and Binh Duong.
In its second five-year development plan, in addition to promoting cooperation with the Republic of Korea and Japan, Giza E&C will focus on strengthening development in the central region. Thanks to advantages, potential and achievements in the industrial sector, Thanh Hoa Province was selected to be the first land in the central region to build a production plant.
The project has an investment capital of VND780 billion, covering an area of 10ha. The factory is expected to be put into operation in the first quarter of 2020, providing job opportunities for local people.
With a priority given to quality, Giza E&C has paid special attention to the application of scientific and technological achievements. The company has applied the enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution, which is the integrated management of main business processes, and gained access to the building information modeling (BIM), which is an intelligent 3D model-based process that gives architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) professionals the insight and tools to more efficiently plan, design, construct, and manage buildings and infrastructure.
In addition, the Kaizen initiative - a 5S model - has been implemented in offices and construction sites, helping reduce costs and make works simpler, faster, safer and more effective.