Vietnam to make equipment for South Korea

2 September 2016

Vietnam’s Doosan Vina Heavy Industry has signed a contract to manufacture nuclear power equipment for South Korea’s Shin Kori nuclear power plant in Busan. Under the contract, signed on 4 August, Doosan Vina will make four tanks, including two reactor drain tanks and two acid boric batching for the 1,500MWe reactors. Doosan Vina, in a press release, said it had to complete a very strict examination process and satisfy the quality management procedure in accordance with ASME (the American Society of Mechanical Engineers) standards. Yeon In Jung, general director of Doosan Vina said it would be the first nuclear power equipment to be manufactured in Vietnam by Vietnamese engineers, workers and resources with materials from Doosan holding company in South Korea.

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