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Introduction
Company name: Vinausteel Limited.
2.Address: km9, Vat Cach, Quan Toan, Hong Bang District, Hai Phong City, Viet Nam
3.Phone: +84 31 3385 0145
4.Fax: +84 313 3850 140
5.Website:Click Here
6.Email: vasteelhp@vinausteel.com.vn

VINAUSTEEL Vinausteel began its operation in 1994 under the Foreign Investment Law of Vietnam. It now owns and operates the Vinausteel rolling mill located in Hai Phong, one of the largest port cities in Vietnam.

The mill's current production capacity is 180,000 tons per annum of hot rolled steel reinforcement bars. The rebars' sizes range from 10mm to 32mm. The steel bars conform to both International and Vietnamese standards.

Vinausteel is registered with the Vietnam General Department of Quality Measurement Standardization.

Vinausteel is the first steel rolling mill in Vietnam to receive ISO 9002 certification, the international standard of quality production.

Our motto:
Our motto is "Excellence in Quality and Service". It is the fundamental basic upon which Vinausteel has grown. Vinausteel regularly commission International Management Consultants to act as advisors on management issues and the implementation of quality control in the rolling mill production chain to ensure consistent quality. Our motto is all encompassing. It is applied to Strategic Management, Business Planning, Leadership and People.

It is the principle behind our commitment to before and after sales service, advanced manufacturing technology, quality billets and on time delivery. It applies to everything Vinausteel does


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