RoK firm inaugurates semiconductor plant in Ha Nam

 The Seoul Semiconductor Co., Ltd from the Republic of Korea (RoK) on May 27 inaugurated a plant in the northern province of Ha Nam. 

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Illustrative photo

Covering an area of 7.5 ha in the Dong Van I Industrial Park (IP) in Duy Tien district, the 300-million-USD plant  specialises in manufacturing semiconductor products, hi-tech LED systems and spare parts serving sectors of lighting, electronics, telecommunication, and those requiring energy saving. 

The factory applies modern technologies such as nPola, WICOP, DRT ad UV LED, enabling it produce LED lighting systems without power adapters. The plant generates jobs for over 3,000 workers. 

Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee Nguyen Xuan Dong said at the inauguration ceremony that this is the largest ever foreign direct investment project in Ha Nam.

He stressed the project is in line with the hi-tech and supporting industry development strategy, as well as the socio-economic development plan of the province. 

The project not only meets the market demand, but also open a opportunity for suppliers of auxiliary products, which serves the production of the plant, Dong said. 

He asked the Management Board of IPs, and relevant department and sectors of Ha Nam to coordinate closely in addressing difficulties facing Seoul Semiconductor in particular, and other investors in general, thus making it easy for their operations in the locality.

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