Since its establishment 20 years ago, DVIZ has transformed the isolated Dinh Vu – Cat Hai peninsula to a dynamic industrial hub with over 60 investors of different nationalities including Japan, Korea, US, Singapore, etc. Today the industrial cluster has expanded from the initial 164ha to over 3000 ha of land for lease, all under the one family ‘Deep C Industrial Zones’. Dinh Vu Industrial Zone is, therefore, now also referred to as Deep C Haiphong I.
Deep C/Dinh Vu’s 20 years of continuous development is testament to its commitment of bringing about a friendly investment environment, integrated with reliable and dedicated support to clients.
Infra Induss Vietnam, is in charge of the water utilities services in the Deep C Industrial Cluster. Watch the video!
Thanks to our rapid growth, our team is expanding. We need to keep scaling and we’re looking for a highly motivated country manager Vietnam
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It's that time of the year again! As lunar year 2017, starts on January 28th 2017, and finishes on February 15th 2018. Tet is the most important celebration in Vietnamese culture, welcoming the upcoming return of spring.
This year, we celebrate the Year of the Rooster – one of the 12-year cycle of animals which appear in the Vietnamese zodiac.
According to Vietnamese horoscopes, roosters are feisty and tenacious. Those born in the year of the rooster supposedly have very flamboyant personalities and are hardworking and trustworthy individuals.
Chúc mừng năm mới / Happy new year from our Infra Induss team!
Best wishes, Madam Lan, on your birthday for good health and happiness throughout the year.
24th August 2016
The event, jointly held by EuroCham, Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s Hai Phong branch, and Deep C Industrial Zone, drew the participation of more than 80 representatives from companies in the city, Hanoi and from EU countries’ embassies in Vietnam.
In the morning the representatives toured the industrial zone to see its live operations, providing a good perspective on the development pace of Haiphong City. The tour also highlighted the upcoming Lach Huyen Deep Sea Port, expected to boost the investment potential in this strategically well situated economic hub.
And in the afternoon the representatives learned about changes in trading regulations, market access, and regional implications as well as talked about their expectations.
The European – Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) would promote the flow of high-quality investments from the EU into the country with commitments on goods and services market access, the opening of Government procurement, investment policies and policy transparency.
The EVFTA will come into force from 2018, connecting Vietnam - one of ASEAN’s most dynamic manufacturing hubs with the EU – one of the world biggest markets with GDP of over 18 trillion USD, accounting for 22% of the world’s total GDP and a population of over 500 million people. The EVFTA highly increases market accessibility for both sides: