Cummins Power Generation (CPG) to expand operations in Vietnam

Cummins Power Generation (CPG) to expand operations in Vietnam


Ngày 19/12/2014 - Tập đoàn Cummins Power Generation (CPG) thông qua nhà phân phối của hãng tại Việt Nam là Công ty Cummins DKSH (Việt Nam) LLC (CDV) tiếp tục hợp tác với hai nhà phân phối tại Việt Nam nhằm tăng thị phần cũng như đảm bảo tăng trưởng kinh doanh của hãng tại quốc gia Đông Nam Á này.

Mr. Nguyen Van Hien (first from left) - General Director of JSC Construction & Trade Truong Loc distributor representatives attended the ribbon cutting ceremony marking the partnership between Cummins Power Generation Group with its distributor in Vietnam

Vietnam is a priority of the CPG market in Asia Pacific and the Group is now focused on expanding network of distribution channels to carry the brand and its products closer to customers around the country. CDV - the Group's distributor in Vietnam CPG will work directly with authorized dealers such JSC Construction and Trade Truong Loc to enhance brand position as well as promote business products of CPG product markets in North Vietnam. After this announcement, CPG also has plans to appoint new dealers in the southern region in the future.



TRUONGLOC CONSTRUCTION & TRADING J.S.C will implement CPG efforts to penetrate more strongly into the generator market in Vietnam to meet the growing demand for the product the generator as well as other products and services.

Mr Ang Kim Siong - Director of the Asia - Pacific, Cummins Power Generation Group, said: "Establishing a solid position in the market of Vietnam is the key to promoting the growth of corporations in Asia - Pacific. On his part, we will give partners a comprehensive product comes with skills training package. In addition, the partners also continued to receive the support of our channel to deliver the best value from CPG to Vietnam market. "

Ang Kim Siong also said that, in 2014, revenue from the Group's generators Cummins Power Generation (CPG-American) market in Vietnam reached 16 million, up $ 2 million compared to 2013.