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Intelligent Transport Systems for Vietnam’s Main Expressway Start Operation

Intelligent Transport Systems for Vietnam’s Main Expressway Start Operation

Press Releases   •   Mar 10, 2017 13:50 GMT

Toshiba Corporation today joined the opening ceremony hosted by Vietnam Expressway Corporation, as a main contractor, in marking the start of operation of a new Traffic Control and Operation Management Office serving a major section of Vietnam’s backbone highway, the North-South Expressway.

Toshiba to Supply Steam Turbine and Generator for Duyen Hai 3 Extension Coal-fired Power Plant in Vietnam

Toshiba to Supply Steam Turbine and Generator for Duyen Hai 3 Extension Coal-fired Power Plant in Vietnam

Press Releases   •   Mar 16, 2015 02:02 GMT

​ Toshiba has received an order to supply 688MW supercritical steam turbine and generator for Duyen Hai 3 Extension Coal-fired Power Plant in the Duyen Hai district of Tra Vinh Province, Vietnam. The contract was awarded by Japan’s Sumitomo Corporation, the EPC contractor for the project. Toshiba will make delivery in 2016 and the plant will start operationin 2018.

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Toshiba Introduces Retail Market Loyalty Program Management System to Vietnam

Toshiba Introduces Retail Market Loyalty Program Management System to Vietnam

News   •   Jul 11, 2016 05:00 GMT

Toshiba announced the launch of its customer loyalty and reward management system in all 330 FPT shops operated by FPT group, Vietnam’s leading ICT company. This is the first time that Toshiba’s point system, known in Japan as PointArtist, has been deployed overseas, and will support Toshiba in developing its ICT business, including retail solutions, in the ASEAN market.

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High-Tech Road Solutions to Keep Vietnam Moving Forward

High-Tech Road Solutions to Keep Vietnam Moving Forward

Blog posts   •   Jun 29, 2017 02:00 GMT

A 1,811-kilometer expressway is under construction in Vietnam. An ITS package developed by Japanese companies has been adopted along a 55-kilometer section of the expressway. Such state-of-the-art expressway traffic control systems are vitally important social infrastructure for emerging-market countries.