The plant is one of the largest factories in Schneider Electric’s network of 200 production units globally. 

Equipped with advanced technology, the plant will produce high-tech electronic products for smart homes, in addition to traditional wiring products that are being manufactured in Vietnam since almost 20 years. 

Inside the Schneider Electric’s manufacturing plant in Ho Chi Minh City’s Saigon Hi-tech Park. Photo: Schneider Electric Vietnam

The plant uses LEAN manufacturing concepts and the group’s latest energy and process management solutions, which will allow it to flex and scale according to its customers’ buying behavior. 

“The world is moving beyond stand-alone devices into an era where everything is connected. In the recent years, with the rapidly-growing IoT, smart home devices are becoming more prevalent. With this new plant, we are seeing a great opportunity to proudly manufacture "Made in Vietnam" products and deliver solutions to customers in global markets. We aim to bring more smart home devices produced from this plant to million households not only in Vietnam, but also other countries, and help them experience the most advanced technology based on IoT and automation”, said Mr. Jim Tobojka, Senior Vice President, Schneider Electric Global Supply Chain, East Asia, Japan, and Pacific. 

One of the plant’s highlights is its commitment to sustainable development in Vietnam. 

In order to meet future needs, Schneider Electric has been training human resources for the new plant, and has simultaneously employed skillful workers and engineers. 

The local staff will be able to improve their technical skills through national, regional and global training programs, as well as through opportunities to work in different countries and regions where the group has presence. 

The investment into a manufacturing factory reinforces Schneider Electric’s long-term commitment to help Vietnam grow in terms of technological advances and human resource development for efficient energy management. 

Globally, the group offers integrated solutions across multiple market segments and has leadership position in non-residential and residential buildings, industries and machines manufacturers, utilities and infrastructure, data centers and networks. 

In 1992, Schneider Electric Vietnam participated in the national “500KV North-South Transmission Line” project. Since 1994, it has established three offices in Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City and Da Nang.

Source: VNA