Kobelco Cranes appoints in Vietnam

18 November 2015

Takemichi Hirakawa, KCSA managing director, and Nguyen Xuan Tuan, Vitrac chairman and general direct

Takemichi Hirakawa, KCSA managing director, and Nguyen Xuan Tuan, Vitrac chairman and general director

Kobelco Cranes South East Asia (KCSA), a subsidiary of Kobelco Cranes Co (KCL) has appointed Vinh Phu General JSC (VITRAC) as its official Kobelco crawler crane dealer in Vietnam.

The partnership was made official during a signing ceremony held at the head office of Vitrac in Bien Hoa City, Dong Nai, on 21 October 2015.

Takemichi Hirakawa, KCSA managing director, said, “The continuing Vietnam economic growth is one of the strongest in the South East Asia region. We expect this strong economic growth to trend forward in the coming years. Our strategic business alignment with Vitrac is crucial for both of our companies to participate and contribute in this economic growth.

“Vitrac, with nearly twenty years experience has proven itself as one of the reputable market leaders in the construction machinery market in Vietnam. We are proud to align the business partnership of our Kobelco crawler crane products with Vitrac.”

Nguyen Xuan Tuan, Vitrac chairman and general director, said, “Kobelco crawler cranes have earned a reputation for quality and reliability globally. Together with Vitrac’s strength in new machine sales, after sales, spare parts supply and operator training support, we are confident of great growth in this business venture.”

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