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Boeing in Vietnam

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Work C/o Vietnam Airlines Corporation Room 114, Corporate Affairs Building 200 Nguyen Son Street Long Bien, Gia Lam Hanoi, Vietnam Work Phone: +84 24 3872 5223 Work Fax: +84 24 3872 5224
Biography

Boeing has long recognized the importance of Vietnam and has actively helped to develop Vietnam’s aerospace capabilities. Before the beginning of formal Vietnam–U.S. relations more than 20 years ago, Boeing had already positioned itself to work in partnership with Vietnam.

Boeing first established its presence in 1995 when Vietnam Airlines leased three Boeing 767-300ER (Extended Range) airplanes. The company was also a strong advocate for normalized relations between the two countries. In January 2001, Vietnam Airlines purchased four Boeing 777-200ER aircraft. This signing was the first business transaction to be finalized between companies in Vietnam and the United States under the historic Bilateral Trade Agreement. Today,Vietnam Airlines operates 777-200ERs and 787 Dreamliners. In 2015, Boeing announced with VietJet Air, an intention to collaborate and expand the airline’s future fleet with Boeing airplanes. In 2016 VietJet signed a historic purchase agreement for one hundred (100) 737-MAX 200 airplanes. Deliveries will begin in 2019.

Boeing has undertaken a number of activities to help develop Vietnam’s aerospace capabilities in cooperation with Vietnam’s airlines, the CAAV, local universities, suppliers, partners and the government.

Boeing is also involved in numerous partnerships working to better the lives of the Vietnamese people including building more than 25 schools in the poorest regions in the country.

Representatives
Andrew J. Gayer, Boeing Customer Support
Yeong Tae Pak, Regional Director and VP for Vietnam
Ha Ngoc Anh, Representative for Defense and Security
Thomas R. Creighton, Director of Marketing

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General Electric (GE)

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Work Hanoi Offi­ce: V1501 – 1506, Pacifi­c Place 83B Ly Thuong Kiet Street, Hoan Kiem District Hanoi, Vietnam Work Phone: +84 24 7106 7288 Work Fax: +84 24 3946 1515 Website: www.ge.com/vn/vn/
Biography

About GE
GE (NYSE: GE) is the world’s Digital Industrial Company, transforming industry with software-defined machines and solutions that are connected, responsive and predictive. GE is organized around a global exchange of knowledge, the “GE Store,” through which each business shares and accesses the same technology, markets, structure and intellect.

About GE Vietnam
GE was one of the first American companies established in Vietnam in 1993, even before the U.S. embargo was lifted. GE first set up a representative office in Hanoi that year, and another subsequently in Ho Chi Minh City in 2001, working in partnership with local organizations. In 2003, GE established GE Vietnam Ltd., a 100% GE capital investment that offers a wide range of after-sales services for medical, electrical and energy equipment.

Since 2009, GE has invested in wind turbines manufacturing facility in Hai Phong. In late 2012, GE opened its first GE Vietnam Engineering Centre (GE VEC) in Ho Chi Minh City, providing product design and applications services that focus on the oil and gas sector in Vietnam and the around the world. In January 2016, GE officially started the alliance that brought Alstom Power and Grid into GE Vietnam after completing this acquisition globally. In August 2016, GE announced the acquisition of the Heat Recovery Steam Generator (HRSG) of Doosan Engineering & Construction, including two facilities in Vietnam.

GE Vietnam currently employs more than 1000 people and offers products and services in the Oil & Gas, Power, Energy Connections, Renewable Energy, Healthcare and Aviation sectors.

Ho Chi Minh City Office:
7th Floor, Saigon Center
65 Le Loi Street, District 1
Ho Chi Minh City
Tel : +84 28 3914 6700
Fax: +84 28 3821 9403

Representatives
Pham Hong Son, CEO
Nguyen Thi Thuy, Government Affairs and Policy Leader

 

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