Under a memorandum of understanding (MoU) signed between Meiko Electronics Viet Nam Company and TNI Holdings Viet Nam Group on October 9, the Japanese investor will lease land area and infrastructure in Quang Minh Industrial Park (IP) belonging to TNI Holdings Viet Nam, in Ha Noi’s Me Linh District, for the establishment of its plant with a total investment of some US$50 million.
The Japanese investor chose TNI Holdings Viet Nam due to its integrated and modern infrastructure, competitive policy environment and high quality services.
In 2006, Meiko Electronics Group cooperated with TNI Holdings Viet Nam (former Viet Nam Investment Development Group – VID) to build its first electronics plant in Thach That Industrial Park. The plant used to be one of 10 largest FDI projects and the largest foreign electronics production project in Viet Nam at that time.
Speaking at the signing ceremony, Nguyen Phi Hung, TNI Holdings Viet Nam’s chairman, said over the past 10 years, the group has seen the growth of Meiko Electronics Viet Nam Company at its IP.
“The choice of the company to build the third plant has shown strong confidence in TNI Holdings Viet Nam,” Hung said.
The group has been one of the leading IP developers in the country by attracting more than 400 investors into its IPs, including 300 foreign ones from Japan, mainland China, the US and Germany, as well as South Korea, Thailand, Hong Kong and Taiwan.
Currently, it has 10 large scale IPs and residential areas, with a total area of 2,300ha. Its IPs have attracted more than $3 billion FDI capital with big brand names in the world, including Honda, Sumitomo Wirings, Marumitsu and Meiko, as well as Brother, Hitachi, Terumo and Ajinomoto, in addition to Pegasus (Japan), Cargill (the US) and CP (Thailand).
The group has created jobs for thousands of people, contributing to the State budget in provinces where it has IPs.
TNI Holdings Viet Nam plans to expand its current IPs such as Que Vo 3 (Bac Ninh), Dong Van 3 (Ha Nam), Bim Son (Thanh Hoa) and Minh Quang (Hung Yen) and to build new ones in Hung Yen, Hai Duong and Vinh Phuc provinces in the future to meet the demand from the increasing number of tenants.