In February 2022, Delco appeared on the cover of Emidas Magazine – a Japanese-language magazine specializing in manufacturing, with images of smart factories designed and constructed by DELCO. In addition, the magazine also devoted 4 pages to publish the sharing of Mr. Le Khanh Manh – General Director of DELCO Construction on the issue of optimizing factory operating costs in the post-Covid-19 period.
Emidas magazine is the first and only Japanese-language magazine specializing in manufacturing in Vietnam, with in-depth analysis contents as well as commercial connections between Japanese enterprises in Vietnam. Emidas’ clients are organizations such as JETRO, JICA… as well as Japanese enterprises and Japanese FDI enterprises in Vietnam.
As an online B2B portal specialized for manufacturing enterprises, owning a wide network in territories and countries such as Japan, China, Thailand, USA, Vietnam, EMIDAS is trusted by many large corporations and enterprises. According to the statistical report on the Japanese interface in 2020, the average number of visits to search for business information on Emidas reached 2 million times per month.
DELCO received an interview on the issue of optimizing factory operating costs
In the just-released February 2022 issue, Emidas magazine chose the cover photo as the image of Smart system control cabinets at the projects that DELCO has designed and provided smart solutions, the image of Mr. Le Khanh Manh – The CEO of DELCO, together with the representative of GS Battery Investor, discussed the Smart system at GS Binh Duong Battery Factory. In addition, the title of the interview that DELCO participated in: Optimizing factory operating costs: inevitable trends in the post-Covid-19 period was also on the front page of the magazine. Emidas devoted 4 full pages of magazine to write about DELCO’s experiences and advice for investors to optimize operating costs and deploy smart factory systems.
We invite readers to read detailed information and share perspectives on this issue with DELCO Construction.