Service centre inside industrial park close to HCMC perfects supply chain

Service providers for industrial parks are usually located outside the parks due to various reasons like infrastructure, environment, location, space, and service conditions.

Having a service center right inside an IP will therefore make for complete modern supply chain.

Long Hau IP meets all requirements, especially in terms of infrastructure and environment and being situated a mere 10km from the Phu My Hung urban area, to set up a service centre.


Long Hau Trading Center (LHC) consists of two floors that offer office and retail space for rent. The first floor targets banks, supermarkets, convenience stores, restaurants, and showrooms, while the second floor is meant for offices, consultancies, shared offices, and others.

Viet Engineering Value Construction Consultants JSC (VEV) has been a partner of Long Hau Industrial Park for many years, providing design consultancy for many works at the IP.

On being asked to design Long Hau Trading Centre, Nguyen Truong Hai, VEV’s CEO, said, “VEV was excited to get invited by Long Hau to join in designing the centre. We think LHC’s target customers are newcomers to this industrial park who want to easily get information to serve their production and sales needs while building factories.
This will be a logistics services hub. Moreover, this will also be a place for business owners to meet and exchange information.Besides helping fulfil all the functions of this complex, we also want to remove the traditional framework and help the investor of this industrial park make a green mark through this project, matching LHC’s ‘green-eco-friendly-sustainable’ criteria.”

The project features a modern service model with retail and co-working spaces that make it highly competitive.

A convenient design with aesthetic looks will increase the competitive advantages of the Long Hau Trading Centre.

Le Thanh Tri, VEV’s project director, explained the design idea thus: “Let’s forget the image of an office worker in a suit and tie with their eyes on computer screens in the office. We built this project with public spaces between private spaces. The lobby features an open space with an atrium that brings fresh air to fan the creativity of people working here. The green and airy space outside the glass and the interaction between people will foster networking and creativity.”

Long Hau Trading Centre has been built quickly and is ready to be handed over to customers in 2020 with ​​up to 6,000sq.m of floor area and ​​rental units of 60-2,600 square metres.

Sharing his feelings about the new service project on Partner Day, Tri said: “The construction is faithful to the design idea and the goal of the investor. We appreciated the material and quality management of the investor (LHC) during the construction process, which was impressive. We know that many clients are interested in and registered to lease space as soon as the building was handed over.”

Long Hau Trading Center has low rentals starting at just US$$7.5 per square metre per month, 30-40 per cent lower that anywhere else in District 7.

With its 6000sq.m area, Long Hau Trading Centre has increased the supply of office services outside the centre of HCM City.


Source: Chào vietnam


VEV: Partnership for Success

How Vietnam can attract investors after EU trade deal



The 2020 Partner Day, a networking event, continued on June 11 with 100 key partners of Long Hau Corporation engaged in an exhaustive discussion on Vietnam’s investment prospects after it recently ratified the free trade agreement with the EU.



Mr. Marko Walde, chief representative of the German Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Vietnam, or AHK, and Mr. Tobias Michael Gruemmer, regional operations manager of Maersk Vietnam, the two honoured guests at the event, both agreed that the free trade agreement between Vietnam and the European Union (EVFTA) would offer great opportunities to Vietnamese businesses to transform the supply chain.

Partner Day is an annual event organised by the Long Hau Corporation (LHC) in Long An Province to pay tribute to the Long Hau Industrial Park’s partners for their support.

Mr. Marko Walde, Chief Representative of the German Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Vietnam (AHK) speaks at the 2020 Partner Day on June 11.

Vietnamese business professionals are especially interested in how to become indispensable partners in the supply chain to their European counterparts.

Bui Le Anh Hieu, business marketing director of LHC, who has years of experiences in this regard, said Vietnamese businesses should take optimal measures such as hiring a European expert to help them develop standard services and products.


Le Thanh Tri, Project Director Viet Engineering Value Construction Consultants JSC, at the 2020 Partner Day


Le Thanh Tri, Project Director of Viet Engineering Value Construction Consultants JSC (VEV), a long-term partner of the Long Hau Industrial Park, thanked the managing board of the park “for having allowed VEV to participate in the supply chain to bring high-quality products to multinational corporations that are enjoying the services provided at the park.”

His company is proud to have provided consultancy to the park for the designs of its factories and warehouses, which have been in use since last year, including T4 factory and multiple-level factories in the Long Hau Industrial Park 1 and a factory and warehouse compound for rent at the Da Nang High-Tech Park, he said.

He said many investors specialized in industrial development are working with VEV to build large-scale logistics facilities of international quality as they hope to take advantage of the EVFTA and the fallout of the global pandemic.
“We think this is the opportunity for us to take off,” Tri said.



Hieu of LHC regards VEV’s consultancy and time commitment highly. “LHC has been focusing on new generations of industrial factories. This has required a design consultancy company with deep practical knowledge as well as high adaptability and flexibility so to respond to the investor’s input and expectations. In this case, we have received VEV’s clear commitment when it comes to the construction progress, which protects the efficiency of the investment,” Hieu said.

When asked what modern industrial designs European investors are more inclined towards, he said: “Our clients who specialise in industrial real estate want to optimise the total area in accordance with Vietnamese laws to optimise their investment, but at the same time it must ensure convenient operation and flexibility when changes are needed in future.”Tri also mentioned energy saving as a top priority for investors right from the outset.

“Takeoff or Takeover” was the topic of a difficult but practical discussion. It allowed key partners to reflect on their businesses to identify their strengths and weaknesses and where they are in the supply chains that cater to the EVFTA.




Client always get the expected benefits and more through our solutions. Client always delights and highly evaluates the Design and Management Services of VEV.



VEV will be recognized as one of leading Consultants in looking forward to the value engineering to provide a sustainable project as well as save time and cost for Clients.