Samsung dịch chuyển lớn từ Trung Quốc sang Việt Nam

21/06/2020, 08:49

TCDN – Samsung sẽ di dời phần lớn dây chuyền sản xuất màn hình máy từ Trung Quốc về nhà máy ở Việt Nam đồng thời đã tổ chức tuyển dụng lao động quy mô lớn vào ngày 20/6 tại Hà Nội.

Đại diện Samsung Việt Nam cho biết có hơn 2.000 ứng viên trình độ cử nhân, kỹ sư tham gia vòng thi GSAT (Global Samsung Aptitude Test) để vào làm việc tại công ty.

Đại diện Samsung Việt Nam cho biết có hơn 2.000 ứng viên trình độ cử nhân, kỹ sư tham gia vòng thi GSAT (Global Samsung Aptitude Test) để vào làm việc tại công ty.

Theo báo Vietnamnet, Tập đoàn Samsung (Hàn Quốc) vừa cho biết sẽ di dời phần lớn dây chuyền sản xuất màn hình máy tính mang thương hiệu của mình từ Trung Quốc về nhà máy tại Việt Nam, đặt tại khu Công nghệ cao Quận 9 (TP. HCM) ngay trong năm 2020. Tiếp tục đọc “Samsung dịch chuyển lớn từ Trung Quốc sang Việt Nam”

Samsung Starts Building $220 Million R&D Center in Vietnam

By March 2, 2020

HANOI — Samsung Electronics has started building a $220 million research and development center in Vietnam, the South Korean tech giant’s local unit said on Monday.

But a ground-breaking ceremony, scheduled for this past Saturday, was canceled because of a virus outbreak that led to travel restrictions on South Koreans, Hong Sun, the vice chairman of Korea Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam, told Reuters.

A Samsung Electronics spokeswoman confirmed the cancellation, but did not provide any other details.

Construction of the center in Hanoi will be completed by the end of 2022, Samsung Vietnam said in a statement, adding that the center will employ between 2,200 and 3,000 people.

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After Samsung shifts operation to Vietnam, Chinese city turns into ghost town

Samsung to employ 3,000 local engineers for US$300 million R&D center in Hanoi

NOV 29, 2019 / 11:41 Ngoc Thuy

The Hanoitimes – Samsung would continue to increase investment in R&D and supporting industries in Vietnam and seeks more support from the Vietnamese government, said Lee Jae-young, vice chairman of Samsung.

Samsung’s US$300- million research and development (R&D) center, scheduled to become operational in 2022 in Hanoi, would employ 3,000 local engin  eers, according to Lee Jae-young, vice chairman of Samsung.

 Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc (r) and Vice Chairman of Samsung Lee Jae-young (l). Source: VGP.

Samsung is committed to ensuring efficient operation and successes of its production facilities in Vietnam, contributing to the country’s socio-economic development and Vietnam – South Korea relations, Lee said in a meeting with Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc in Seoul in November 28.

Lee added Samsung would need more hi-tech engineers in the coming time, especially in the production of semi-conductors, smart phones or hi-tech display screens, with high demand and added value. Tiếp tục đọc “Samsung to employ 3,000 local engineers for US$300 million R&D center in Hanoi”

58% of Samsung smartphone revenue comes from Vietnam: PM

The Hanoitimes – Around 50% of Samsung’s smartphones and tablets are produced in Vietnam and exported to 128 countries and territories.

As of present, 58% of Samsung’s global smartphone sales globally come from its production facilities in Vietnam, according to Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc.

 Illustrative photo.

In 2008 – 2018, Samsung increased its investment in Vietnam from US$670 million to over US$17.3 billion, a 26-fold increase. According to Samsung’s statistics, around 50% of the giant’s smartphones and tablets are produced in Vietnam and exported to 128 countries and territories, including the US, Europe, Russia and Southeast Asia.

Last year, Samsung’s combined revenue in the global market reached US$221.6 billion, slightly up from US$217.8 billion in 2017, while after-tax profit increased from US$38.3 billion to US$40.3 billion. Tiếp tục đọc “58% of Samsung smartphone revenue comes from Vietnam: PM”

Logistics: Out to the world

Last update 15:07 | 10/09/2017

Despite being in its early stages of development, Vietnam’s logistics sector remains on the radar of foreign investors thanks to the country’s skilled workforce, relatively low costs, and rapid e-commerce development. 

Samsung signed an agreement to cooperate with the Minh Phuong Logistics Corporation, one of Vietnam’s leading logistics companies, in July, according to South Korean media, and this was not the first time it has announced an investment in Vietnam’s logistic market.

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Samsung said in a statement that it had closed a deal with Minh Phuong to establish a joint enterprise. This is the fourth time Samsung SDS has launched a joint enterprise in order to establish itself in an overseas market, and is the second time in Vietnam. Tiếp tục đọc “Logistics: Out to the world”

Nhập siêu lớn từ Hàn Quốc: Hiểu thế nào cho đúng?

BĐTHàn Quốc đã nhanh chóng vượt Trung Quốc trở thành thị trường nhập siêu lớn nhất của Việt Nam. Nhưng điều này liệu có bất thường và đáng lo? Nên hiểu thế nào cho đúng về nhập siêu từ Hàn Quốc trong bối cảnh hội nhập toàn cầu?

Mass fight breaks out at Samsung plant in northern Vietnam

By Phuong Son   February 28, 2017 | 05:53 pm GMT+7

Mass fight breaks out at Samsung plant in northern Vietnam

Police guard the gate at Samsung Display Vietnam in Bac Ninh Province after violence breaks out on Tuesday afternoon. Photo by VnExpress/Gia Trong

A witness said a male worker was caught into a fight with guards at the plant.

A protest involving hundreds of construction workers broke out at a Vietnamese plant run by electronics giant Samsung in the northern province of Bac Ninh on Tuesday, after clashes with guards at the plant.

Police from Yen Phong District said violence broke out at Samsung Display, a screen production unit of the South Korean company.

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Bloomberg: Samsung giúp nông dân Việt Nam kiếm nhiều tiền hơn cả nhân viên ngân hàng

  • Bloomberg: Samsung giúp nông dân Việt Nam kiếm nhiều tiền hơn cả nhân viên ngân hàng
  • Hàng trăm công nhân Samsung mắc bệnh ung thư chết người

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Bloomberg: Samsung giúp nông dân Việt Nam kiếm nhiều tiền hơn cả nhân viên ngân hàng

VNR – Vài năm trước, cô Nguyễn Thị Dung chỉ là một nông dân sống bằng việc chăn gà và trồng lúa tại một trong những khu vực nghèo nhất Việt Nam. Tuy nhiên, hiện giờ, cô đang hi vọng có thể kiếm được thu nhập cao hơn cả nhân viên ngân hàng hoặc nhân viên môi giới chứng khoán. Tại sao lại có sự khác biệt này? Câu trả lời chính là Samsung.


Cô Nguyễn Thi Dung tại quầy tạp hóa của mình. Tiếp tục đọc “Bloomberg: Samsung giúp nông dân Việt Nam kiếm nhiều tiền hơn cả nhân viên ngân hàng”

Samsung eyes role in Vietnam’s insurance, energy, fuel sectors

TUOI TRE NEWS

Updated : 09/10/2015 17:31 GMT + 7

Samsung Electronics Vietnam employees work at the company’s phone production complex in Bac Ninh Province, located in northern Vietnam.
South Korean conglomerate Samsung has plans to expand its footprint in Vietnam following the notable success of its electronics business, head of the company’s Vietnamese unit said Wednesday.

Other subsidiaries of the Seoul-based firm want to join the Vietnamese energy, life insurance, and oil and gas sectors, Samsung Vietnam general director Han Myoung Sup said in a meeting with Minister of Information and Communications Nguyen Bac Son in Hanoi. Tiếp tục đọc “Samsung eyes role in Vietnam’s insurance, energy, fuel sectors”