Lixil Factory, Long Duc IP, Dong Nai Province
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News - Lixil Corporation, Japan’s largest building material and housing equipment manufacturer, is committed to implementing a US$450-million factory in Dong Nai Province as scheduled.
"Construction works on the factory will kick off late this year and it is set for completion within the next three to five years,” said Morita Nguyen, sales director of Inax Corporation in Vietnam, one of Lixil’s owners.
Lixil Corporation is a consortium of five Japanese companies including Inax Corporation, Tostem Corporation, Shin Nikkei Co., Ltd, Toyo Exterior Co., Ltd and Sunwave Corporation.
Lixil has been given the green light by Dong Nai Province authorities to develop a 55-hectare factory which produces building materials, housing equipment and interior furnishing materials. It is situated in Long Thanh District’s Long Duc Industrial Zone.
Morita stated Lixil is committed to constructing the facility on schedule given current tough economic conditions. "We believe in such huge potential markets in Asia, including Vietnam,” he said.
Dong Nai has been chosen as the venue for Lixil factory since the corporation surveyed the location across regional countries three years ago. After Thailand’s flood crisis, Lixil has made the final decision to locate the facility in Vietnam, Morita added.
Inax Corporation has developed nine factories worth US$100 million in the country.
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