A meeting was recently convened at the Kobe Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KCCI) headquarters in Japan to discuss ways to increase Vietnam-Japan cooperation in the manufacturing of aerospace components and products.
The conference, according to the chairman of the Hanoi Supporting Industry Association (HANSIBA), was part of activities to specify Vietnam’s industrialization program within the Vietnam-Japan cooperation framework, particularly in supporting industries and high-technology, with the goal of connecting businesses in Hanoi and Vietnam with their partners in Kobe and Japan in these fields.
The Supply Chain Business Development Manager at Boeing expressed his desire to work directly with Vietnamese manufacturers. Meanwhile, a representative from Onaga Japan Company emphasized the potential of Vietnam’s aviation component industry in the face of increased travel demand both within the country and beyond the region. The chairman of Onaga confirmed that the company will continue to collaborate closely with Vietnamese enterprises in the supporting industry to manufacture high-tech components such as airplane spare parts.
Members HANSIBA have organized a supporting unit in order to reduce barriers to Japanese investment. The unit is entrusted with coordinating with Japanese enterprises in administrative procedures such as requesting investment, building, and import licenses, as well as assisting them in recruiting and human resource training in accordance with Japanese norms.