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Aug 24, 2023 / 16:40

Vietnam to host expo of cleanrooms, heat-refrigeration, and high-tech factories

The event will be a great opportunity for enterprises to network and exchange information, update technology trends, and cooperate with local and international potential partners and customers.

Cleanfact & Resat Expo 2023, a significant event held in Vietnam on October 26-28, will showcase the most advanced achievements and technologies in cleanrooms, high-tech factories, and heat-refrigeration technology.

The Cleanfact & Resat Expo 2023 press conference on August 22. Photo: Dong Hung/The Hanoi Times

More than 100 companies from the US, Japan, Australia, China, EU, ASEAN, Vietnam, and other countries will showcase their latest products and technologies in over 200 booths. It's expected to attract about 5,000 participants, including investors, contractors, design and construction consultants, and material suppliers.

According to Dr. Ta Quang Ngoc, Chairman of the Vietnam Society of Refrigeration & Air-Conditioning Engineers (VISRAE), the exhibition will focus on the science and technology of refrigeration and air conditioning, clean room, thermal engineering and heat-refrigeration industry, industrial real estate, refrigeration equipment, automation, and production technology.

He noted that high-tech manufacturing industries, especially cleanrooms, are developing strongly in Vietnam thanks to competitive pressure among manufacturers to improve product quality. The use of cleanrooms in production is widespread in electronics, semiconductors, pharmaceuticals, food, cosmetics, and many other fields.

"Moreover, heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems play an important role in all areas of life, from housing, services, and healthcare to industrial buildings and high-tech factories. This is a potential market of about US$2 billion that needs global connectivity," Ngoc added.

During the exhibition, roundtable discussions will be held on government policies related to the refrigeration and air conditioning industry development, cleanroom technology 2023, and the green economy and circular economy requirements.