Techtronic Industries Company Limited (“TTI”) in cooperation with Deutsches Haus Ho Chi Minh City donated much-needed German made medical ventilators and monitors to Ho Chi Minh City hospitals.
On behalf of Techtronic Industries Company Limited (“TTI”) and the Chairman of Deutsches Haus Ho Chi Minh City, Mr. Horst Geicke, Representatives of Techtronic Industries in Vietnam and Deutsches Haus Ho Chi Minh City were delighted to hand over to the Vietnam Fatherland Front, the Department of Health and the Department of Foreign Affairs, representing the People’s Committee of Ho Chi Minh City much-needed German custom-built medical machines and equipment in the value of 350.000 US-Dollars.
Mr. Sven Eschrich, Vice President Operations – New Product Introductions of Techtronic Industries in Vietnam and the COO and General Director of Deutsches Haus, Mr. Elmar Dutt handed over today 15 Intensive Care Ventilators and 30 Patient Monitors from DRÄGER in Germany for the immediate use in hospitals in Ho Chi Minh City.
This donation has been initiated by the Vietnamese Ambassador to the Federal Republic of Germany in Berlin H.E. Dr. Minh Vu and has been supported by EUROCHAM – the European Chamber of Commerce and the GBA – German Business Association in Vietnam.
On behalf of Techtronic Industries and Deutsches Haus, Mr. Elmar Dutt states: “In this critical time of the COVID-19 pandemic we are standing with both of our companies and our German and European partners side-by-side with Ho Chi Minh City and Vietnam, to support the hospitals in our community with much needed medical equipment to save lives.”
About Techtronic Industries Company Limited:
Techtronic Industries Company Limited (“TTI”) is a fast-growing world leader in cordless power tools, accessories, hand tools, outdoor power equipment, and floorcare for Do-It-Yourself (DIY), professional and industrial users in the home improvement, repair, maintenance, construction, and infrastructure industries.
The Company is committed to accelerating the transformation of these industries through superior environmentally friendly cordless technology. The TTI brands like MILWAUKEE, RYOBI, and HOOVER are recognized worldwide for their deep heritage and cordless product platforms of superior quality, outstanding performance, safety, productivity, and compelling innovation.
Founded in 1985 and listed on the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong (“SEHK”) in 1990, TTI is included in the Hang Seng Index as one of their constituent stocks. The Company maintains a powerful brand portfolio, global manufacturing, and product development footprint, healthy financial position with record 2020 worldwide sales of US$9.8 billion and over 48,000 employees.
Information about Techtronic Industries “TTI” in Vietnam:
Techtronic Industries Company Limited “TTI” has entered Vietnam as the world leader in cordless power tools, accessories, hand tools, outdoor power equipment in 2018.
Currently “TTI” has multiple operations and production assembly locations in Binh Duong Province, close to Ho Chi Minh City with over 11000 employees.
The construction of a new mega-plant on 10 hectares and a Research & Development Centre on 3.7 hectares in Saigon Hi-Tech Park in Ho Chi Minh City is in process.
About Deutsches Haus Ho Chi Minh City:
Deutsches Haus Ho Chi Minh City is an award-winning, pioneering, premium International Grade A+ office tower strategically located on the corner of Le Duan Boulevard and Le Van Huu Street in the heart of Ho Chi Minh City. The 25-story building consists of approximately 40,000 sqm GFA of prime office real estate.
The building is a symbol of the Strategic Partnership and Friendship between Vietnam and Germany. As the gateway to Vietnam and ASEAN, the building is home to the Consulate General of the Federal Republic of Germany in Ho Chi Minh City, making it the destination and hub for German and European companies.
In 2017, Deutsches Haus Ho Chi Minh City has been the winner of “mipim ASIA AWARDS” for the “Best Office Building in Asia”, while in 2016 it has been the winner of the “South East Asia Property Awards” for the “Best Green Development”. It is also the first building in Vietnam and one of the few in Southeast Asia awarded with two energy efficiency certificates: LEED Platinum and DGNB Gold.
Modern German technology coupled with a high degree of sustainability will provide innovative commercial office space of exceptional quality. The energy-efficient dual skin facade is unique to the region.
For questions and further information please contact:
Mr. Elmar Dutt
COO/ General Director
- Deutsches Haus Ho Chi Minh Stadt Ltd.
- 33 Le Duan Blvd., District 1, Ho Chi Minh City
- Phone: +84 28 3821 9309
- Fax: +84 28 3821 9312
- Website: www.deutscheshausvietnam.com