Leading Instrumentation Supply Companies Support PIA Vietnam to Enhance Vietnam’s Industrial and R&D Developments
News Jun 17, 2009
After an 18 month interval the second PIA Vietnam show returns to Ho Chi Minh City from 16-18 September this year. PIA Vietnam comprises three distinct elements – Process Vietnam 2009: The 2nd International Plant & Process Engineering Exhibition; Instrument Vietnam 2009: The 2nd International Instrumentation, Measurement & Testing Exhibition, and Analysis & Lab Vietnam 2009: The 2nd International Analysis & Laboratory Technology Exhibition to provide a trade show for enterprises that are seeking to expand and upgrade business practices with applications and solutions.
Saigon ISC represents and will showcase products from leading technology players including Perkin Elmer (USA), Nikon (Japan), Labconco (USA), Binder (Germany) and Anton Parr (Austria).
Recent projects undertaken by Saigon ISC include: Laboratory systems in Environmental Monitoring for Institute of Environmental Technology – University of Technology; IVF laboratory systems for TuDu Hospital, National Hospital of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Hung Vuong Hospital, Haiphong Obstetrics and Gynaecology Hospital; Turn-key laboratory systems for Petrochemical Industry, Power, Fertiliser complexes, Energy solutions for Dung Quat Refinery Factory, PhuMy Power Station, CaMau Power Station etc; Food quality control of centers for the Directorate for Standards, Metrology and Quality – Ministry of Health, Institute of Hygiene and Public Health; and the Institute of Military Epidemic Prevention, Pasteur Institute in Ho Chi Minh City.
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