ECOTECH Vietnam 2016 – Meet Taiwan Exhibitor Hsin I Material Co., Ltd.

Founded in 1951, Hsin I Material Co., Ltd. has dedicated itself to the production of high-pressure cement products for more than six decades. For the past sixty years, Hsin I Material has endeavored to offer its customers strong, energy-saving and environmentally-friendly products, and has continued to improve its production process, including the introduction of the automatic manufacturing technology from Japan in 2006. The company’s product lines include concrete tiles, high-pressure blocks, pathway blocks, soft blocks and doors eyebrow. With continued efforts, Hsin I Material received the Taiwan Green Building Material (GBM) Label certificate in 2012.

The International Exhibition on Ecological Technology Vietnam 2016 (ECOTECH VIETNAM 2016) is held for the first time, aiming to raise awareness for the environment and to promote sustainable growth of Vietnam’s economy as the country has continued to experience rapid industrialization. ECOTECH VIETNAM is held concurrently with the 14th Vietnam International Trade Fair (Vietnam Expo 2016 in Ho Chi Minh City) from November 30 to December 3, 2016 at the Saigon Exhibition and Convention Center (SECC).

The ‘Taiwan Pavilion’, set up by the Green Trade Project Office, will be located in Hall A1, SECC to showcase Taiwan’s latest technologies and products, ranging from sustainable building materials, energy-saving solutions, ESCO service, wastewater monitoring systems, and solar PV racks and systems. Welcome to visit!

For more information, please visit company website: http://www.u-roof.com.tw

 

 

 

 


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